Endangered Species & Biodiversity
February 20, 2020, University of Michigan – A new study from University of Michigan biologists presents the first genetic evidence of resistance in some bats to white-nose syndrome, a deadly fungal disease that has decimated some North American bat populations.
February 12, 2020, Global News – We are celebrating the arrival of a new baby North Atlantic whale after it was spotted with its mom off South Carolina.NOAA identified the mom as 31-year-old Palmetto who last gave birth in 2009. This is her fifth calf.
January 13, 2020, Grazing Days Farm Blog – We were contacted in October by biologists at the Canadian Wildlife Federation. They wanted to meet with us to talk about developing recommendations to promote grassland bird populations and habitat on farms.
November 24, 2019, Toronto Sun – Bats get a bad rap. Whether they’re in the belfry or portrayed as flying bloodsuckers in pop culture, humans generally don’t feel warm and cozy about the creatures of the night. “It’s absolutely true,” said Carolyn Callaghan, the...
November 21, 2019, CBC – Environmentalist Sean Brillant of the Canadian Wildlife Federation defends the measures. "I believe the actions that have been taken and are continuing to be taken by Canada are sound and deserve some acknowledgement that these are...
October 24, 2019 – Hibernating bats may be storing pesticides from contaminated insect food in their flesh over winter, lowering their immune systems and putting them at greater risk of disease and death, says the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF).
October 16, 2019, CBC – Fog, darkness, high waves make environmental observation impossible, while operations continue apace
September 20, 2019, CBC The Current: – Some good news: we look at why Canada's monarch butterfly numbers are on the up.
September 18, 2019, CBC – 9 U.S. environmental groups seeking ban
September 4, 2019, CBC – Hundreds of at-risk baby turtles were incubated over the summer