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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Canada Lynx are Persisting in Spruce-beetle Impacted Forests|
The Forest Service’s Rocky Mountain Research Station and its partners are currently investigating the resource selection and movements of Cana ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2016||RMRS|
|Response of Nesting Ferruginous Hawks to Energy Development|
Over the past decade and a half, raptors nesting in prairie ecosystems have been subjected to sharp increases in nearby energy development activ ...
|Resource Management and Use|
Wildlife and Fish
|Study Guages the Response of Wolverines to Winter Recreation|
Forest Service scientists and their research partners use a novel approach that includes trapping and fitting wolverines with GPS collars that a ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2013||RMRS|
|The Effects of Energy Development on Hawks and Golden Eagles Documented|
Results from a new wildlife study help managers develop conservation measures for ferruginous hawks and golden eagles in areas being developed f ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2012||RMRS|