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- 12/22/15--09:18: _Bird habitat changi...
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- 05/17/16--04:00: _Snapshot Wisconsin:...
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- 09/02/16--11:52: _Thrive or fail: Exa...
- 09/08/16--13:15: _Voracious Asian jum...
- 09/19/16--12:43: _New study examines ...
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- 10/18/16--11:08: _Buckthorn Baggie ki...
- 11/07/16--12:00: _Variable tree growt...
- 02/06/17--07:26: _Beyond eating: Indi...
- 02/06/17--12:13: _Forest ‘islands’ of...
- 03/21/17--09:41: _Spring is prescribe...
- 03/21/17--12:12: _Yellow fever killin...
- 04/17/17--12:04: _Termite gut holds a...
- 04/20/17--06:00: _Aldo Leopold’s word...
- 12/22/15--09:18: Bird habitat changing quickly as climate change proceeds
- 02/24/16--12:59: Arboretum review seeks to strengthen iconic research program
- 03/30/16--09:42: No snow, no hares: Climate change pushes emblematic species north
- 05/17/16--04:00: Snapshot Wisconsin: Trail cams to document state’s wildlife
- 08/02/16--07:48: Giant forest fires exterminate spotted owls, long-term study finds
- 09/02/16--11:52: Thrive or fail: Examining forest resilience in the face of fires
- 09/19/16--12:43: New study examines where and how climate change is altering species
- 10/04/16--10:59: Arboretum prairies offer rare refuge for vanishing bumblebee
- 10/18/16--11:08: Buckthorn Baggie kills invasive trees without chemicals
- 02/06/17--07:26: Beyond eating: Indirectly, deer change the landscape
- 02/06/17--12:13: Forest ‘islands’ offer refuge to wintering birds
- 03/21/17--09:41: Spring is prescribed fire season for UW–Madison prairies
- 03/21/17--12:12: Yellow fever killing thousands of monkeys in Brazil
- 04/17/17--12:04: Termite gut holds a secret to breaking down plant biomass
- 04/20/17--06:00: Aldo Leopold’s words once again broadcast to the state
The climatic conditions needed by 285 species of land birds in the United States have moved rapidly between 1950 and 2011 as a result of climate change, according to a recent paper published in Global Change Biology. “Our goal was to look at the climate where these birds were observed breeding over this period and […]
The Arboretum was dedicated in 1934 and has served as a laboratory for generations of field ecologists, including the iconic conservationist Aldo Leopold.
UW researchers report that the range of the snowshoe hare in Wisconsin is creeping north by about five and a half miles per decade.
With the help of satellites and a global crowd-sourced database, Wisconsin’s wildlife will soon have its prime time moment.
Tree sloths have a unique lifestyle: They make the canopy their home and subsist solely on a diet of leaves. Their slow motion lifestyle, according to a new study from UW-Madison scientists, is the direct result of the animal’s adaption to its arboreal niche.
A UW-Madison research group has documented an exodus of owls following the fierce, 99,000 acre King Fire in California in 2014.
“It’s not only western forests where these things matter, where disturbances and changing environments shape regional landscapes,” says Wisconsin researcher Monica Turner.
Asian jumping worms, an invasive species first found in Wisconsin in 2013, may do their work too well, speeding up the exit of nutrients from the soil before plants can process them.
Like a casino dealer shuffling the deck, climate change is starting to reorder species from the grasslands of Argentina to ice-free areas of Greenland. New research published Monday (Sept. 19) in the journal Nature Climate Change by researchers at Aarhus University in Denmark and the University of Wisconsin–Madison illuminates where and why novel species combinations […]
A proposal by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to seek endangered status for the rusty-patched bumblebee has focused renewed attention on bumblebees living in the 1,200-acre natural area.
The problem was simple: Buckthorn kept resprouting in Matthew Hamilton's backyard after he cut it back. His patent-pending cure annihilates the weed tree once and for all.
Researchers say forest managers may want to consider promoting this natural variability to help protect forests from the insects.
Scientists are studying how the animal’s behaviors affect the wildflowers and other herbs that blanket the forest floor.
UW-Madison researchers studying forest microclimates show that these refuges may mean the difference between life and death for the black-capped chickadee and its kin.
The smoke floating above the University of Wisconsin–Arboretum today signals that the prescribed fire season is underway at the Arboretum and Lakeshore Nature Preserve.
In a vulnerable forest in southeastern Brazil, where the air was once thick with the guttural chatter of brown howler monkeys, there now exists silence. Yellow fever, a virus carried by mosquitoes and endemic to Africa and South America, has killed thousands of monkeys since late 2016.
In the Microbial Sciences Building at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the incredibly efficient eating habits of a fungus-cultivating termite are surprising even to those well acquainted with the insect’s natural gift for turning wood to dust.
In celebration of Earth Day, one of his successors will read portions of conservationist and former UW professor Aldo Leopold’s radio addresses that originally aired more than 80 years ago.