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04/22
2016

Judging at the International Wildlife Film Festival

Since Monday of this week I have been here in beautiful Missoula, MT for the 39th annual International Wildlife Film Festival (IWFF) – the longest running event of it’s kind… Read more »




03/09
2015

Marijuana Cultivation and its Impacts on Wildlife, Habitats and the Wildlife Profession

Legalizing and regulating marijuana is, to many, progressive. However, there is another side: illegal marijuana plantations across the state of California are found to be poisoning wildlife populations. Numerous marijuana… Read more »




02/18
2015

2014: The Year in Review

All of us at Wild Lens have been so busy producing exciting new content and recording episodes of the new Eyes on Conservation Podcast that we almost forgot to send out… Read more »




02/01
2015

January Prey – Vole

  It was brought to my attention that we often focus so much on top predators that we forget about the little guys. The various prey species raptors and other… Read more »




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 »




05/28
2014

118 Bluebird Nestlings Banded on the Owyhee Trail

This past Friday I accompanied Bluebird Man Al Larson on a monitoring trip to his Owyhee Bluebird Trail. The Owyhee Mountains are spectacular and remote despite their ease of access… 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 »




04/21
2014

Conservation Career Day at the University of Hawaii

Wild Lens board member Joey Leibrecht recently attended a Conservation Career day event at University of Hawaii at Hilo. Joey helped run a booth representing the Hawaii Forest Bird Demographic… Read more »




03/26
2014

The toad that is not a frog, but a lizard

Rachel Granberg is a second-year Master’s student and Research Associate in the Natural Resources Management Department. Rachel’s first visit to Texas was to begin a Research Assistantship studying the Texas… Read more »