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fisheries wildlife and conservation biology

Ivana Mali

Jan 3, 2023

Ivana Mali Named Distinguished Scholar for Conservation Biology

Mali’s research examines how reptile and amphibian populations respond to anthropogenic stressors such as climate change, unregulated harvesting regimes and habitat degradation. 

Jared Spurlin

Nov 14, 2022

Five Questions with Campus As A Classroom Intern Jared Spurlin

Spurlin is one of six students from the College of Natural Resources to be selected for the Campus As A Classroom internship program for 2022-23. 

Sharks in the ocean

Nov 3, 2022

Positive YouTube Videos Help Deflect Blame From Sharks

NC State researchers found more people shifted blame for shark bites away from the animals after watching positive YouTube videos about them. 

Eastern wild turkey gobbling in field

Nov 2, 2022

New Student-Led Study Supports Single Hunting Season for NC’s Wild Turkeys

As Thanksgiving nears, we yet again put turkeys — and one College of Natural Resources student — in the spotlight.  

Jack Elvin, a senior majoring in fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology, holds a juvenile alligator.

Oct 6, 2022

A Wild Summer: NC State Students Take Wildlife Studies Outside the Classroom

Eight undergraduate students majoring in fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology engaged in internship experiences this summer that provided depth to their education and focus to their future career plans. 

Wolf Plaza - Mann Family Establishes Wildlife Conservation Scholarship - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Jun 7, 2022

Mann Family Establishes Wildlife Conservation Scholarship

No one would be more delighted with the first recipient of the Carroll and Dawn Mann Wildlife Conservation Scholarship than the man for whom it is named. 

Voter map of the 2020 election - COVID-19 Deepened the Political Divide on Conservation, Study Finds - College of Natural Resources News - NC State University

May 17, 2022

COVID-19 Deepened the Political Divide on Conservation, Study Finds

American voters are growing further apart in their attitudes and opinions surrounding conservation, thanks in part to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

NC State student LP Mancini holds a caecilian in the Amazon rainforest - What It's Like to Study Tropical Wildlife in South America - College of Natural Resources News - NC State University

Mar 30, 2022

What It’s Like to Study Tropical Wildlife in South America

NC State students LP Mancini and Martina Nordstrand reflect on their recent study abroad trip in Ecuador as part of the FW405/595: Tropical Wildlife Ecology course. 

A group of NC State students in the Amazon rainforest - From the Andes to the Amazon - College of Natural Resources News - NC State University

Mar 28, 2022

From the Andes to the Amazon

NC State students traveled to South America over spring break to conduct wildlife research and more. 

Gray fox - Tree Cover Helps Gray Foxes Coexist With Coyotes in the Country - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Mar 23, 2022

Tree Cover Helps Gray Foxes Coexist With Coyotes in the Country

Preserving tree cover may be essential in helping the gray fox survive with coyotes in rural areas, according to a new study from NC State researchers.