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AllOverAlbany: About those coyotes

An aticle on the increasing coyote populations in New York and urban areas includes ESF research. 4/10/15 READ MORE

WAER In Depth: Restoration of Onondaga Lake's Wetlands Playing Key Role in Recovery

In this feature-length article on the recovery of Onondaga Lake's watershed, Dr. Leopold provides an expert's perspective on the ecological history and recovery of the area. 4/14/15 READ MORE

The Mystery of Plum Islandís Wildlife Will Soon be Revealed

ESF and NYSDEC researchers from the New York Natural Heritage Program are cataloging the remarkable and often endangered wildlife that make Plum Island their home. 4/1/15 READ MORE

Syracuse.com: Coyotes follow deer and other prey into CNY neighborhoods -- now what?

Dr. Jacqui Frair and Brian Underwood are included in this article on the encroachment of coyotes into human areas. 4/10/15 READ MORE

Lake Placid News: A threat to hemlocks

The ESF Chestnut Project is mentioned in this article on the woolly adelgid threat to Adirondacks hemlocks. 4/8/15 READ MORE

Watertown Daily Times: Anglers spar over DEC preseason bass fishing ban

ESF research is mentioned in this article on the ongoing public debate about pre-season smallmouth bass fishing in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence. 4/2/15 READ MORE

Dr. Powell: Return of the king: The development of a blight-resistant American chestnut tree"

Dr. Powell will speak on the American Chestnut Project at SUNY New Paltz as part of the college's Earth Day celebration. 4/15 READ MORE

Alaska Dispatch News: Does Alaska want more wolves? Well, do the math.

An ESF graduate authored an editorial on the management of wolf populations in and around Alaska's Denali National Park. 3/29/15 READ MORE

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

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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

AllOverAlbany: About those coyotes

An aticle on the increasing coyote populations in New York and urban areas includes ESF research. 4/10/15 READ MORE

WAER In Depth: Restoration of Onondaga Lake's Wetlands Playing Key Role in Recovery

In this feature-length article on the recovery of Onondaga Lake's watershed, Dr. Leopold provides an expert's perspective on the ecological history and recovery of the area. 4/14/15 READ MORE

The Mystery of Plum Islandís Wildlife Will Soon be Revealed

ESF and NYSDEC researchers from the New York Natural Heritage Program are cataloging the remarkable and often endangered wildlife that make Plum Island their home. 4/1/15 READ MORE

Syracuse.com: Coyotes follow deer and other prey into CNY neighborhoods -- now what?

Dr. Jacqui Frair and Brian Underwood are included in this article on the encroachment of coyotes into human areas. 4/10/15 READ MORE

Lake Placid News: A threat to hemlocks

The ESF Chestnut Project is mentioned in this article on the woolly adelgid threat to Adirondacks hemlocks. 4/8/15 READ MORE

Watertown Daily Times: Anglers spar over DEC preseason bass fishing ban

ESF research is mentioned in this article on the ongoing public debate about pre-season smallmouth bass fishing in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence. 4/2/15 READ MORE

Dr. Powell: Return of the king: The development of a blight-resistant American chestnut tree"

Dr. Powell will speak on the American Chestnut Project at SUNY New Paltz as part of the college's Earth Day celebration. 4/15 READ MORE

Alaska Dispatch News: Does Alaska want more wolves? Well, do the math.

An ESF graduate authored an editorial on the management of wolf populations in and around Alaska's Denali National Park. 3/29/15 READ MORE

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

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