06 October 2022
A study looking at the interactions of pastoralists and hyenas in Tanzania finds that the two can coexist, with no negative impacts to the hyenas
28 September 2022
Researchers have developed a fast, nondestructive way of estimating how millions of dried plant specimens, from herbarium collections, interacted with their environment.
27 September 2022
Researchers share how they crafted a guide that prioritizes safety for field researchers from marginalized groups.
26 September 2022
New research finds hedges and perennial flower strips are complementary in supporting wild bees in orchards
20 September 2022
Scientists have developed promising models to predict where mule deer are likely to migrate, without the need for collaring new animals.
15 September 2022
New research identifying an important group of Australians with a surprisingly strong connection to nature could change political parties' approach environmental issues.
13 September 2022
Male rock hyraxes' reproductive success is linked to their ability to maintain rhythm during courtship songs.
06 September 2022
Researchers have outlined the benefits and suitabilities of different peatland restoration strategies as we look to transform agricultural land back into healthy peatlands.
05 September 2022
Researchers are protecting great apes from diseases by studying the behaviour and expectations of tourists who visit them.
Researchers have identified what pest control measures are needed where to bring mammal populations in New Zealand down to manageable levels.
02 September 2022
The British Ecological Society (BES) announces the winners of its annual awards and prizes
31 August 2022
Inspired by a trip to the dentist, Dr Kate Quigley presents a new method for monitoring coral size and growth that reduces surveying time by 99%.
30 August 2022
Foraging for wild foods may make up 25% of international recommendations on fruit intake in Zambia, with at least 12 million large buckets worth of wild forest foods collected each year.
26 August 2022
New research published in the Journal of Applied Ecology looks for the best indicators for sustainable hunting in the African rainforest.
25 August 2022
Kristy M. Ferraro and Diego Ellis Soto have been awarded the Sidnie Manton Award for the best Review or Long-term Study in Journal of Animal Ecology