wildlife

04/28
2017

The Marches: Science Bows To Climate Change

Last Saturday, I had yet another chance to march the streets of what basically feels like home to me: Washington, DC. I’ve spent a good deal of time in this city,… Read more »




04/09
2017

Drones Over Wildlife: Harassed From Above?

On Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge last summer, while working for Audubon’s Project Puffin monitoring seabird nesting colonies, five of us researchers were relaxing on the porch of our cabin… Read more »




03/22
2017

What’s abuzz with team Wild Lens..

As a proud, newly minted member of the Wild Lens team, I’d like to introduce myself: Hello! I’m Stacey Hollis, I’ll be contributing to the Wild Lens blog with stories… Read more »




12/14
2016

EOC 100: Our Mission to Mature the Conservation Movement

Episode Summary: It’s been two years since we launched this podcast, and it’s amazing to me that we have already released close to 100 interviews. This show began as an… Read more »




04/08
2015

EOC 019: Music Inspired by the Natural World with Dave McGraw and Mandy Fer

Episode Summary: Dave McGraw and Mandy Fer write and record music inspired by wildlife and the natural world. Their new album, Maritime was intentionally written to evoke a strong sense… Read more »




03/25
2015

EOC 017: From Field Biologist to Filmmaker – Part Two: the Shooting Guide

Episode Summary: In part two of our ongoing series, From Field Biologist to Filmmaker, I talk about the next stage of my transition into a full-time filmmaker. One of the most… Read more »




06/30
2014

Bluebirding in Maine

Anyone who attended this year’s North American Bluebird Society conference in Boise, ID a few weeks back is likely to have met my mom Candy. My mom traveled all the… 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 »




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 »




05/28
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 »