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Skaneateles Journal: Skaneateles High School Environmental Club to host biotechnologist William Powell

(Bill Powell will talk on the American Chestnut Project in Skaneateles tonight. 3/25/15) READ MORE

North Country Public Radio: Will a plague of "winter ticks" threaten Adirondack moose?

(Dr. Jacqui Frair is quoted in this story on the impact of winter ticks on US moose. 3/24/15) READ MORE

Syracuse.com: Snake tale: 6-foot boa constrictor found near Destiny USA last summer

(James Gibbs is quoted on invasive species and the practice of releasing unwanted pets. 3/17/15) READ MORE

NPCA Magazine: Cracking the Nut

(ESF's American Chestnut Project is discussed in this article on attempts to restore the American chestnut. 3/15) READ MORE

RedOrbit: Giant tortoise babies hatch in Galapagos for first time in 100 years

(James Gibbs is quoted on his research team's discovery of baby Galapagos tortoises in the wild. 3/16/15) READ MORE

NRDC Blog: Latin America Green News: Colombia launches carbon calculator, baby tortoises spotted in Galapagos, Chile's renewable energy sector looking

(In their weekly roundup, the National Resources Defense Council mentioned the discovery of baby Galapagos tortoises by James Gibbs' team. 3/13/15) READ MORE

El Ciudadano covers discovery of baby Galapagos tortoises

(The discovery by Dr. James Gibbs and his team was covered in Chile's El Ciudadano news service. 3/9/15) READ MORE

Mashable: Baby giant tortoises hatch in the Galapagos Islands for first time in a century

(James Gibbs is quoted in this Mashable article on the recent discovery of baby tortoises on Pinzon Island. 3/15/15) READ MORE

Delaware Online: Did You Know: Delaware's lost trees

(ESF's American Chestnut Project is mentioned in this article taking a look at the trees that once dominated Delaware's lands. 3/10/15) READ MORE

Wildlife Society: TWS Member Honored for Invasive Species Management

(Steve Kendrot, wildlife biologist and ESF alum, was honored with an award for his work to control invasive nutria around the Chesapeake Bay. 3/6/15) READ MORE

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The Roosevelt Wild Life Station

The Roosevelt Wild Life Station is a historic research center within SUNY ESF Department of Environmental and Forest Biology (EFB). Today's mission of the Roosevelt Wild Life Station (RWLS) is to deliver the science and trained professionals to preserve our wildlife heritage and save imperiled species worldwide.

Over the last 10 years EFB/RWLS has attracted about $2.6 million annually in conservation research: funds earned are apportioned among fish and wildlife (31%), ecosystems (27%), plants (18%), and invertebrates (8%). RWLS proudly supports the "limitless" conservation work envisioned when the station was founded in 1919.

"The establishment of the Roosevelt Wild Life Forest Experiment Station marks the first active step in a movement… likely to go far in the United States… The work of the Roosevelt Station will thus consist of experiment, investigation, and general research into the wild life which occupies millions of acres of land and water…the work that such an experiment station may do is almost limitless, and its possibilities are as yet quite beyond the range of our imagination." Editorial published in Forest and Stream magazine, August 1919, Volume 89, p 409

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ESF Conservation & Wildlife News

Skaneateles Journal: Skaneateles High School Environmental Club to host biotechnologist William Powell

(Bill Powell will talk on the American Chestnut Project in Skaneateles tonight. 3/25/15) READ MORE

North Country Public Radio: Will a plague of "winter ticks" threaten Adirondack moose?

(Dr. Jacqui Frair is quoted in this story on the impact of winter ticks on US moose. 3/24/15) READ MORE

Syracuse.com: Snake tale: 6-foot boa constrictor found near Destiny USA last summer

(James Gibbs is quoted on invasive species and the practice of releasing unwanted pets. 3/17/15) READ MORE

NPCA Magazine: Cracking the Nut

(ESF's American Chestnut Project is discussed in this article on attempts to restore the American chestnut. 3/15) READ MORE

RedOrbit: Giant tortoise babies hatch in Galapagos for first time in 100 years

(James Gibbs is quoted on his research team's discovery of baby Galapagos tortoises in the wild. 3/16/15) READ MORE

NRDC Blog: Latin America Green News: Colombia launches carbon calculator, baby tortoises spotted in Galapagos, Chile's renewable energy sector looking

(In their weekly roundup, the National Resources Defense Council mentioned the discovery of baby Galapagos tortoises by James Gibbs' team. 3/13/15) READ MORE

El Ciudadano covers discovery of baby Galapagos tortoises

(The discovery by Dr. James Gibbs and his team was covered in Chile's El Ciudadano news service. 3/9/15) READ MORE

Mashable: Baby giant tortoises hatch in the Galapagos Islands for first time in a century

(James Gibbs is quoted in this Mashable article on the recent discovery of baby tortoises on Pinzon Island. 3/15/15) READ MORE

Delaware Online: Did You Know: Delaware's lost trees

(ESF's American Chestnut Project is mentioned in this article taking a look at the trees that once dominated Delaware's lands. 3/10/15) READ MORE

Wildlife Society: TWS Member Honored for Invasive Species Management

(Steve Kendrot, wildlife biologist and ESF alum, was honored with an award for his work to control invasive nutria around the Chesapeake Bay. 3/6/15) READ MORE

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