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UW, Other Researchers Find Concerns for Animals Tied to Same Habitats

Animals that have strong site fidelity are having a difficult time adjusting to land-use change, says new research from the University of Wyoming and the University of Washington.

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Fishers facing pressure from wildfires, salvage logging, OSU research shows

The recovery of the fisher, a charismatic, long-tailed forest carnivore, will likely be hindered by the increasing frequency and intensity of future wildfires, new research by Oregon State University indicates.

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Researchers Pinpoint Which Bird Species Pose Food Safety Risk to Crops

Concerns over foodborne risk from birds may not be as severe as once thought by produce farmers, according to research from the University of California, Davis, that found low instances of E. coli and Salmonella prevalence.

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