FWE in the News

Article Title News Agency FWE Faculty or Staff
Who is the most slothful sloth? The Science Explorer Jon Pauli
Thousands more trail cameras coming to Wisconsin for research The Country Today Phil Townsend
Snapshot Wisconsin: Trail cams to document state's wildlife UW News Phil Townsend, Alumna Jennifer Stenglein
Study casts doubt on theory that legal hunting reduces poaching The New York Times Tim Van Deelen
Pellitteri, Guries, Smalley honored by Wisconsin Urban Forestry Council eCALS Ray Guries, Gene Smalley, Phil Pellitteri (Entomology)
No snow, no hares: Climate change pushes emblematic species north UW-News Jon Pauli, Sean Sultaire, Ben Zuckerberg
Two CALS entries among winners of Cool Science image contest eCALS Tedward Erker and Steve Kochaver
Shifting terrain Isthmus Brooke Bateman
Wisconsin's mild spring affecting plant, bird species Wisconsin Public Radio Stan Temple
For the birds Grow magazine Jim Berkelman, Ben Zuckerberg, Karine Prince
There's a secret world under the snow, and it's in trouble Smithsonian Jonathan Pauli/Ben Zuckerberg
Birds need bird feeders more during cold weather (video) WISC-TV Stan Temple
Urban Canid Project helps track Madison's coyotes and prevent conflicts UW News David Drake/Marcus Mueller
Warming winters (video) Vimeo Benjamin Zuckerberg and Jonathan Pauli
UW urban canid project finds healthy coyotes, foxes roaming city neighborhoods The Capital Times David Drake
UW forestry steadfast in face of aging lumberjacks, globalization The Badger Herald Mark Rickenbach/Andy Stoltman (alumnus)
El NiƱo winter could ease energy bills, challenge Wisconsin loggers Wisconsin Public Radio Mark Rickenbach/Scott Bowe
Filling big shoes: a tribute to Joe Hickey The Aldo Leopold Foundation Stan Temple
"Living dead" weevil gets another shot at surviving Scientific American Emily Fountain
The new old forest grow magazine Caroline Schneider/Jodi Forrester/David Mladenoff
It's far worse than it sounds: climate change is making our winters shorter SALON Andrew Allstadt
Too late for biofuel crops? UW-Extension David Mladenoff
Rural homebuilding heightens fire risk Wisconsin Public Radio Volker Radeloff
Sage-grouse saga proves endangered species need help earlier Congress Blog Stan Temple
As climate warms Hawaiian forest birds lose more ground to mosquitos US Geological Survey Michael Samuel, Wei Liao
CALS hosts workshop for NASA effort on remote sensing and agriculture CALS News Mutlu Ozdogan
Science fiction in Jurassic World creeps toward science WISC-TV Stan Temple
The Fox, the coyote--and we Badgers Grow magazine David Drake
Maps for all: Making Wisconsin's historic landscape information more accessible eCALS David Mladenoff
Blue Sky Science: Is it possible to bring back extinct animals? Wisconsin State Journal Stan Temple
Wisconsin wolf population growing, but another hunt still in doubt Wisconsin State Journal Tim Van Deelen
"Bee Fest" draws locals to help researchers track bee population Wisconsin State Journal Wynne Moss, graduate student
Tim Van Deelen appointed Beers-Bascom Professor in Conservation CALS News Tim Van Deelen
Stan Temple honored for 2014 passenger pigeon commemoration efforts CALS News Stan Temple
Wildlife Ecology student basks in nature observation assignment CALS News Hannah DePorter, student
CALS professors share hunting ethics award thanks to MOOC project CALS News Tim Van Deelen
State of Wisconsin's logging business--audio CALS News Mark Rickenbach
In global rankings, UW near top for ag and forestry eCALS
WI DNR mulls dissolving science bureau WisconsinWatch.org Timothy Van Deelen
Bill Lueders: Deer disease keeps worsening in Wisconsin, as predicted The Cap Times Mike Samuel
Wildlife expert says baiting and feeding deer bill could be lethal for Wisconsin deer population StarTribune Timothy Van Deelen
Field Notes: The Wild turkey's unlikely success Radio Station WXPR Scott Lutz
Learning lessons by following Madison's foxes and coyotes UW-Madison Communications David Drake
Patrick Durkin: Online course at UW would make Aldo Leopold proud Wisconsin State Journal Tim Van Deelen
UW research team tracks, studies wildlife in city Channel 3000 David Drake
President's Oak follows time-tested pattern UWMadScience Glen Stanosz
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