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Weekly Update: SCI Foundation Funds Lion Genetics Project

Despite the array of propaganda in today’s media that paints a bleak picture for African lion populations, the truth is, most of the facts are false. We don’t know how … Continue reading

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Issue of the Week: Monarchs and Milkweed

A massive fall migration has been occurring right under our noses in North America. It is not the typical talk of geese or caribou, which are known to travel thousands … Continue reading

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Leupold & Stevens Inc. Joins Safari Club International Foundation in Presenting the First Ever Beretta Conservation Leadership Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:October 13, 2014 Leupold & Stevens Inc. Joins Safari Club International Foundation in Presenting the First Ever Beretta Conservation Leadership Award Tucson, AZ – Joseph Hosmer, President, Safari … Continue reading

October 13, 2014 · Leave a comment

Weekly Update: Can Leaches Save Vietnam Ungulates?

Over the years, the distribution and population size of all ungulates in the Annamite Range (an isolated mountain chain in Vietnam) have severely declined from their historic levels. Snares, typically … Continue reading

October 9, 2014 · Leave a comment

Issue of the Week: Impacts Evaluation on Potential Northern Cascades Grizzly Restoration Underway

Grizzly bears used to be found in remote, mountainous regions across western North America. Five known populations currently remain in the United States’ lower 48. Since the grizzly bear was … Continue reading

October 7, 2014 · Leave a comment

Weekly Update: Predator Control Increases Caribou Calf Survival

Since the late 1990s, the Newfoundland woodland caribou population declined from about 94,000 individuals to 32,000 today. Research from 2003 to 2007 indicated that low calf survival was a primary … Continue reading

October 2, 2014 · Leave a comment

Issue of the Week: Getting Back To Our Roots

Wildlife biologists study organisms and their environments, which includes many hours of exploring the outdoors (and may include long hours learning the Latin names of species).  However, a recent study … Continue reading

September 30, 2014 · Leave a comment
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