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Hellbender in aquarium, USDA awards $2.7 million to hellbender project.
USDA Awards Farmers Helping Hellbenders Project $2.7 Million in Funding
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Sophomore wildlife major Arlene Polar Piñeiro with fellow OTS students in Costa Rica.
FNR Field Report: Arlene Polar Piñeiro

Sophomore wildlife major Arlene Polar Piñeiro spent the nearly a month in Costa Rica, taking...

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American marten in the snow in northern Wisconsin
Publication Evaluates Legacy of American Marten Reintroduction Efforts

American martens have been reintroduced repeatedly in the Upper Midwest in an effort to establish...

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Senior forestry-forest management major Mikaela Agresta
FNR Field Report: Mikaela Agresta

Senior forestry-forest management major/wildlife science minor Mikaela Agresta pulled double duty...

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Intro to Trees of Indiana: Bitternut Hickory

Meet the bitternut hickory or Carya cordiformis. This cousin of the pecan, has anywhere from five...

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Nearshore southern Lake Michigan coastline during sunset.
Research Looks at Changes in Lake Michigan Nearshore Fish Assemblage

How has the nearshore fish assemblage in Lake Michigan changed over the last 40 years and what...

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Sophomore wildlife major Emma Johnson holding a bald eagle skull, presenting her Anyone Can Bird program for the first time at Vega State Park.
FNR Field Report: Emma Johnson

Emma Johnson, a sophomore wildlife major from Luray, Virginia, had a two-fold internship as an...

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98% FNR graduate students are successfully employed or continued with their education.

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