CSU experts can address questions about gray wolf recovery and human-carnivore coexistence.
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Mongolia previously recognized two researchers from the college for their long-term efforts in the country.
The study is one of the first to examine the impacts of climate on migration timing at a continental scale.
After she graduates from CSU this month with a bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology, Griselda Landa-Posas will join the Peace Corps.
Graduate students will present research related to the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals.
Recovery of the endangered koloa is important because the bird is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands.
CSU researchers found that harassment is one of many challenges that confront women conservation leaders.
Associate Professor Courtney Schultz said successfully transforming fire management means that people have to live with fire and smoke now.