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Nestled in the “wheat-sheep” belt in Australia, a couple hours inland from the more populated coast, there’s a garden of eucalyptus trees. They’ve been assembled here, in this agricultural region, to fulfill a need. They were sourced from across the country where they were once widespread—but now…
As hurricane Michael churned through the Gulf of Mexico to make landfall near Florida’s Apalachicola River in 2018, it left a sea of destruction in its wake. The path was easy to follow on land, but debris and infrastructure failures also diminished the river’s water quality and led to the death of…
A new project at the University of Georgia is investigating the declining ruffed grouse population in North Georgia, and scientists need help from outdoor enthusiasts.   Researchers at the UGA Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources in collaboration with the Georgia Department of Natural…
When states want to gauge quail populations, the process can be grueling, time-consuming and expensive.    It means spending hours in the field listening for calls. Or leaving a recording device in the field to catch what sounds are made—only to spend hours later listening to that audio. Then,…
Wild birds come into contact with backyard chicken flocks more frequently than people realize, creating a pathway for pathogens to transmit back and forth, according to research from researchers at the University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources. Such pathways increase…

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