- Butterfly makes a last stand in Benton County Updated: Apr-21-14 5:01 pm
- Deer herd's 150-mile migration is longest recorded Updated: Apr-20-14 1:32 pm
- Florida man examines oil spill dolphin deaths Updated: Apr-20-14 11:07 am
- Some bird species declining in Adirondack wetlands Updated: Apr-19-14 1:13 pm
- River is a boys' club for dolphins Updated: Apr-19-14 2:01 am
- Some nurseries offer plants that are safe for bees Updated: Apr-18-14 8:13 pm
- New salmon species being considered for Lake Oahe Updated: Apr-18-14 9:01 am
- University of Tulsa researchers find new species Updated: Apr-15-14 1:50 pm
- Conn. biologist joins international salmon group Updated: Apr-12-14 2:19 pm
- Sea turtle science & conservation conference in La Updated: Apr-12-14 11:44 am
- New Hampshire bat population continues to decline Updated: Apr-11-14 10:44 am
- No wolves to be brought to Isle Royale for now Updated: Apr-09-14 6:50 pm
- No wolves to be brought to Isle Royale for now Updated: Apr-09-14 4:10 pm
- Whiskey Mountain sheep study continues Updated: Apr-08-14 8:26 am
- Researchers study sharks' sense of smell, vision Updated: Apr-02-14 8:13 pm
- DNA from Alaska polar bears used in recent study Updated: Apr-01-14 2:22 pm
- Japan whaling future in doubt after court ruling Updated: Mar-31-14 1:29 pm
- Scientists gather to study old-growth redwoods Updated: Mar-29-14 3:43 pm
- Bat disease discovered in northwest Georgia Updated: Mar-28-14 9:16 am
- Wandering wolf's signal ready to fade Updated: Mar-27-14 2:52 pm
- Expert: Ash borers likely survived frigid winter Updated: Mar-27-14 4:22 am
- WVU names animal and nutritional sciences director Updated: Mar-24-14 7:56 am
CORVALLIS, Oregon - On a spring afternoon, ecologist Tom Kaye leads the way into a small meadow in the wooded hills west of Corvallis, stepping carefully as he peers at clumps of grass, flower stalks and fiddlehead ferns.
CASPER, Wyoming - Each spring, a herd of mule deer leaves the Red Desert and follows a trail of greening grass and retreating snow along the western slope of the Wind River Range. Months later, the animals arrive in the Hoback Basin south of Jackson, more than 150 miles away.
MANATEE, Florida - A south Florida man's work is helping researchers better understand long-term damage to dolphins from the massive 2010 BP oil spill.
SARANAC LAKE, New York - A new study finds the populations of some bird species are declining in lowland wetlands in the Adirondacks.
JACKSONVILLE, Florida - The St. Johns River is a boys club for dolphins.
MOORHEAD, Minnesota - As gardeners begin shopping for plants this spring, they may see some marked as safe for bees.
PIERRE, South Dakota - Wildlife officials are considering adding another species of salmon to Lake Oahe to boost the success of anglers.
TULSA, Oklahoma - A salamander first discovered by a University of Tulsa doctoral student in 2011 is being hailed as a new species in an international journal for animal taxonomy.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - President Barack Obama has appointed a senior biologist at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection as commissioner of the Council of North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization.
NEW ORLEANS - A weeklong international sea turtle conference is gearing up in New Orleans.
CONCORD, New Hampshire - White nose syndrome continues to devastate New Hampshire's bat population, even as other states report signs of recovery.
TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan - No additional gray wolves will be transplanted to Isle Royale National Park for now, the park's top manager said Wednesday, despite concerns that the Lake Superior island chain's dwindling and inbred population might not survive much longer.
TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan - The superintendent of Isle Royale National Park says officials have decided not to bring more wolves to the Lake Superior island chain for now to prevent their dwindling population from dying out.
RIVERTON, Wyoming - A study of sheep on Whiskey Mountain is continuing as part of a project to save their lives.
SARASOTA, Florida - What happens when you plug a shark's nose? Will it still be a lethal killer without its legendary sense of smell?
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Genetic variation in more than 300 polar bears from Alaska was analyzed in a recent study that looked at genetic elements not used in earlier studies.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - The future of whaling in Japan was thrown into doubt after the International Court of Justice ruled Monday that the nation's annual hunt in the Antarctic was not really for scientific purposes - as Tokyo had claimed - and ordered it halted.
SAN FRANCISCO - Scientists climbed high into old-growth redwoods in the San Francisco Bay Area as part of a two-day effort to gather data and document the different creatures that live in the tree canopy.
ATHENS, Georgia - A killing disease that's devastating bat populations is now working its way east and south through Georgia.
MEDFORD, Oregon - The wandering wolf dubbed OR-7 has enjoyed well over his 15 minutes of fame. But even with continued public interest, he could soon fade from the spotlight.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana - A Purdue University entomologist says an invasive insect that's taken a big bite out of Indiana's ash tree populations likely survived the frigid winter with few losses in its numbers.
MORGANTOWN, West Virginia - West Virginia University has named Robert L. Taylor Jr. as director of the Division of Animal and Nutritional Sciences.