Wildlife Co-existence and You

Authored by Scott Trageser Conservationists have lofty goals of protecting large swaths of wild spaces. 30 by 30, half earth, a secret new project of TBG’s (shhh), etc. We’re big proponents of these plans, but how do we envision integrating…

Ranching vs Conservation

Authored by Scott Trageser It’s not often I hear the other side of a conservation success story, one told through the eyes of a stakeholder who’s seeking sympathy for losing out on the deal. So let’s dive deeper and paint…

Piracy at the High Seas Treaty

Authored by Scott Trageser “Follow the money” – a phrase from the 1976 film All the President’s Men – is a useful way to uncover true intentions, so let’s follow the money to find out if the High Seas Treaty…

The Checkered Past of a Spotted Turtle

Authored by Michael Graziano, Ph.D.   Spotted turtles (Clemmys guttata): they’re instantly recognizable, charismatic, and have been the focus of many a hobbyist, conservationist, and scientist. Across their range, many areas have been set aside and protected simply because they…

Cryptic Species Conservation

    Authored by Michael Graziano   What is a species? It’s a seemingly simple question that you would think has a simple answer. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case. Over the years, the definition for what a species is has…

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