Eyes on Conservation

06/25
2014

The spider that jumped at me…

***The following is a guest blog post from biologist and researcher Matt Adams. Matt is asking some fascinating research questions about a group of animals that are often unfairly demonized:… Read more »




06/17
2014

An Update from the Texas Horned Lizard Project

***The following is our second post from Wild Lens volunteer Rachel Granberg, who is studying the Texas Horned Lizard as a part of her Master’s research at Texas Tech University…. Read more »




05/21
2014

Fieldwork Begins on the Texas Horned Lizard Project

***The following is a post from Wild Lens volunteer Rachel Granberg. Rachel is pursuing her Master’s Degree at Texas Tech University with a research project focusing on conservation of the… Read more »




04/25
2014

Rare Capture at Hakalau NWR

Check out Hawaii Forest Bird Demographic Project’s rare capture of the ‘Akiapola’au (rare endemic Honeycreeper of Hawai’i). Learn more about the remarkable ‘Akiapola’au Hawai’i Forest Bird Demographic Project (HFBDP) is… Read more »




03/12
2014

Help Us Save the Boise State GK-12 Program!

During the 2012-2013 academic school year I had the privilege of participating in a truly unique educational program at Boise State University: the Graduate STEM Fellows in K-12 Education, or… Read more »




02/26
2014

Grassland Birds of the Chihuahuan Desert

The second season of filming is underway for an upcoming Wild Lens Eyes on Conservation Film. This 3-5 minute film will be used in conjunction with Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory… Read more »




02/19
2014

Greetings from Hawaii

I currently reside in Hawai’i working as a field biologist studying the native Hawaiian forest birds. My past projects have taken me to the remote Alaka’i Plateau of Kaua’i studying… Read more »




02/12
2014

Wild Nature Institute Update!

Greetings from the African savanna! Early last year, Wild Lens created two amazing films about our research and conservation work with Masai Giraffes and migratory ungulates. Our project is an… Read more »




06/27
2013

Adventure on Vermont’s Long Trail

This is part 2 in a blog series about my thru-hike of The Long Trail in Vermont – our country’s first long distance hiking trail. From our first re-supply stop… Read more »




06/24
2013

Southern Sea Otters: Part 2

*** Our next Eyes on Conservation project comes from Sarah Chinn, a Wild Lens collaborator from The Maasai Giraffe and The Lost Migration videos. Sarah is currently a USGS Western… Read more »