news
  • Research on diverse taxa - Andrea was interviewed about her career path for the podcast "Today's Voices of Conservation Science"
  • Biodiversity in wetlands Mary Levandowski was interviewed for the podcast, "Today's Voices of Conservation Science".
  • Bats aren't just for Halloween - the Methods in Ecology and Evolution Methods.blog posted about the new paper by Wilson Wright et al. on species misclassification (Wright et al. 2020, MEE, 11:71-81), along with lots of other interesting info about bats.
  • Sage-grouse in Montana - James Waxe was interviewed for the podcast "Today's Voices of Conservation Science"
  • Bears in Yellowstone's Northern Range - Andrea interviewed Nate Bowersock about his career path and his research, as part of the podcast "Today's Voices of Conservation Science" (also available on Spotify, iTunes, and Stitcher).
  • Going to bat for bats - Andrea gave a talk about bats as part of the Montana Institute on Ecosystem's Distingushed Lecturer series.
  • Black bear project targets last piece of predator puzzle - Yellowstone Forever posted an article focused on Nate Bowersock's research on black bears.   
  • Bears and rub trees - Hitomi Okada presented her research at the Student Research Celebration at MSU.  You can read the article in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.
  • Science Sleuth - Andrea talked about several projects that are making use of non-invasive sampling methods to understand changes in animal populations at a College of Letters and Science event featuring all 15 departments in the College. 
  • Demography of turkeys in South Dakota - Michael Yarnall was interviewed for the podcast, "Today's Voices of Conservation Science".
  • Bat conservation in Montana - Shannon Hilty was interviewed for the podcast, "Today's Voices of Conservation Science".
  • Effects of prescribed fire - Andrea was part of a team that wrote a technical review for The Wildlife Society on the effects of prescribed fire on wildlife. You can read more in the Confluence herehere, and here.
  • A bear's-eye view - Check out the amazing footage from camera collars used in Nate Bowersock's work, which have been included this interactive coverage by National Geographic.
  • Marmots speak - Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks developed a video about Ben Turnock's research, which was also covered in this article from the Great Falls Tribune.  
  • Searching for signs of roosting bats - Montana State University wrote an article about Cheyenne Stirling's undergraduate research here.