While wild horses on the nation’s public lands often elicit a romantic image of the West, these quickly growing herds have long faced problems associated with overpopulation. But results of a recent study offer a promising tool to help address those challenges.
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Colorado State University researcher Dominique David-Chavez will testify before the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology for a hearing on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change on Thursday, April 28, at 8 a.m. MST.
In November 2020, Colorado voters approved Proposition 114, which mandated Colorado Parks and Wildlife develop a plan to start reintroducing gray wolves (Canis Lupus) to the western part of the state by 2023. The initiative passed narrowly with 50.9 percent of the Colorado public voting in favor.
Rebecca (Becky) Niemiec, an assistant professor in Colorado State University’s Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, has been named manager of the state’s Bureau of Animal Protection program.
New research shows that orphaned juvenile elephants have less chance of survival in a herd.
An interdisciplinary group of Colorado State University researchers is part of a $15 million National Science Foundation research network created to enhance sustainability, equity and resilience in the Intermountain West.
Joel Berger and George Wittemyer are part of an international team that will create the first-ever global atlas of hooved mammal migrations.
Industry can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 50% in some regions, based on the research.