Building Landscapes of Coexistence–Anthropogenic resistance helps determine where wildlife could safely move within a landscape

As human-dominated landscapes increasingly fragment wildlife habitats, conservation planning requires better understanding of the impact of humans on wildlife. A new concept called anthropogenic resistance has been developed to inform connectivity planning by estimating the impact of human behavior on wildlife movement.READ MORE

Photogrammetry for Wildlife Data Collection–A ‘non-invasive’ method for measuring deer antlers

Gathering information about physical traits in wildlife, such as horn length or body sizes, is commonly done by measuring live-captured or deceased animals. Photogrammetry—extracting real-world measurements from photographs—makes it possible to do this without capture or mortality.READ MORE