wildlife conservation


Driving myself crazy

****Another update from Wild Lens volunteer and post-doc researcher Virginia Schutte, who is currently in Panama studying mangrove ecosystems. More updates about the progress of her research will be coming… Read more »


EOC 002: The Phantom Road – Noise Pollution and it’s Effect on Wildlife with Jesse Barber, Chris McClure and Heidi Ware

Episode Summary: In this episode of the Eyes on Conservation Podcast we talked with the three researchers responsible for setting up what they call the Phantom Road study. Boise State… Read more »


Mangrove structural science in Panama

***The following is a blog post from our newest volunteer, Virginia Schutte. Over the next several months, while she is working on her post-doctoral research in the mangrove forests of… Read more »


The Burrowing Owls of British Columbia

***The following is a post from Lauren Meads, the South Okanagan Site Coordinator for the Burrowing Owl Conservation Society of British Columbia (BOCSBC). In addition to her role with BOCSBC,… Read more »


Last trip of the season to the Owyhees

Yesterday I accompanied Al, his niece Barbara and bluebird trail volunteer Cathy Eels on the final trip of the season to the Owyhee Bluebird Trail. Although we often refer to… Read more »


Harvester Ants and the Texas Horned Lizard

***The following is another blog post in our ongoing series about the Texas Horned Lizard. Rachel Granberg studies this fascinating species as a part of her master’s research at Texas… Read more »


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 »


Bluebird Man DVD and VOD release

We are extremely excited to announce the official DVD and VOD release of Bluebird Man! Over the past couple of weeks we have been hard at work packaging and sending… Read more »


From Honduras with Love

I thoroughly enjoyed my time in Honduras and hope to return in the near future. The people were friendly and hardworking, the landscape beautiful, the birds abundant, and the food… Read more »


Wild Lens Webisodes Update

The original idea for Wild Lens was a simple one – connecting biologists with filmmakers to increase the potential for outreach and education. Our most recent endeavor has taken this… Read more »