One Mile, Big Impact
March 20, 2015
Restoring the Upper Pajaro River corridor for climate change.
Watching Change: Shuford Receives Science Excellence Award
March 16, 2015
From the comeback of the White-faced Ibis to flooding rice fields for habitat, the avian ecologist has seen changes over 40 years.
Citizen Science: Save Whales with Your Smartphone
March 9, 2015
A new app can reduce conflict between endangered whales and ships.
New Micro-technology Tracks the Secret Paths of Songbirds
February 2, 2015
Understanding migration routes can provide insights into the challenges songbirds face.
Schoolchildren Plant Pajaro Wildlife Corridor
January 15, 2015
Plantings are providing a way for wildlife to move between four mountain ranges.
Desert Bird Nesting Success Greatly Reduced During Drought
January 8, 2015
A new study shows 13 species of Sonoran desert birds are delaying nesting during drought years, often with dismal results.
Return of the Fur Seals
December 19, 2014
Imagine tens of thousands of northern fur seals on the Farallon Islands. Scientists are watching history repeat itself–150 years later.
Bringing Back Sierra Aspen
December 16, 2014
Most of the aspen stands that dotted the Sierra Nevada less than a century ago are gone or in poor health. It may take aggressive mechanical treatment to restore them.
A Little Rest Goes a Long Way
December 12, 2014
A new study shows taking short breaks from grazing can increase native plants.