Wildlife

05.26.16
NASA and Wisconsin are covering the state with wildlife cameras
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NASA and Wisconsin are covering the state with wildlife cameras

The Snapshot Wisconsin project will be one of the largest surveys of its kind.

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03.08.16
Google Street View takes you on a South African safari
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Google Street View takes you on a South African safari

Google's Mzansi Experience lets you see the wildlife without taking an expensive trip.

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11.10.15
Scent-dispensing chips help researchers snap wild wolverines
11.10.15

Scent-dispensing chips help researchers snap wild wolverines

A special processor is helping Woodland Park Zoo track wild wolverines.

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08.28.15
Study maps where golden eagles are safe from wind turbines
08.28.15

Study maps where golden eagles are safe from wind turbines

If you can put wind turbines where there's lots of wind and no eagles, why not do it?

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08.16.15
Bears don't like being filmed by drones either
08.16.15

Bears don't like being filmed by drones either

Just because an animal doesn't visibly panic at the sight of a drone doesn't mean it's calm. As scientists have learned, bears are frequently stressed out.

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08.03.15
The US wants you to track endangered wildlife with your phone
08.03.15

The US wants you to track endangered wildlife with your phone

Don't forget your smartphone the next time you go fishing -- it could help you track an endangered species.

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08.02.15
Empire State Building projection shines a light on endangered animals
08.02.15

Empire State Building projection shines a light on endangered animals

New York City's Empire State Building has recently been the home to giant projections drawing attention to the plight of endangered animals.

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04.01.15
Tiny geolocators track birds flying 1,600 miles across the Atlantic
04.01.15

Tiny geolocators track birds flying 1,600 miles across the Atlantic

It's easy to prove that big birds like gulls will cross oceans when they migrate, but tiny birds a...

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