Make way for the ungulates

Restoring Southern Africa’s Greatest Wildlife Migrations Written by: Dennis Sizemore, Executive Director for Round River From Natural Selection travel catalog pages 44-45 “It is simply visceral. Witnessing northern Botswana’s multiplicity of life, it imaginably harkens to our collective savannah beginnings or directly to our childhood fantasies. The lands comprising Botswana’s iconic natural areas, the Greater…

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The uncertain future of protected lands and waters

The uncertain future of protected lands and waters Science  31 May 2019: Vol. 364, Issue 6443, pp. 881-886 DOI: 10.1126/science.aau5525 Journal article co-authored by Shalynn M. Pack, Round River staff https://science.sciencemag.org/content/364/6443/881 Abstract Protected areas are intended to safeguard biodiversity in perpetuity, yet evidence suggests that widespread legal changes undermine protected area durability and efficacy. We…

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Gulo Gulo! What The American West Can Learn From Wolverine Conservation In Mongolia

Wolverine photo courtesy Wolverine Foundation MOUNTAIN JOURNAL INTERVIEWS ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGIST REBECCA WATTERS ON EFFORTS TO SAVE WOLVERINES HALFWAY AROUND THE WORLD MAY 13, 2019, Mountain Journal Often when Rebecca Watters isn’t following carnivore tracks on the other side of the world, she’s sharing her insights about wolverines and the backcountry they inhabit as a columnist…

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Wolverines in Winter – Article Published in Journal Ecosphere

Wolverines in winter: indirect habitat loss and functional responses to backcountry recreation Ecosphere / Volume 10, Issue 2 Kimberly Heinemeyer, John Squires, Mark Hebblewhite, Julia J. O’Keefe, Joseph D. Holbrook, Jeffrey Copeland First published: 14 February 2019 https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.2611 Corresponding Editor: Eric M. Gese Abstract Outdoor recreation is increasingly recognized to impact nature and wildlife, yet few studies have examined recreation…

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Grizzly Country Film

Round River is pleased to be a nonprofit partner for the new short film Grizzly Country featuring Doug Peacock, Round River’s co-founder and longtime board chair.  Film by Ben Moon and Peak Design The full film can be viewed here: GRIZZLY COUNTRY For more information: savetheyellowstonegrizzly.org View the film trailer: GRIZZLY COUNTRY Trailer from Ben Moon on Vimeo.

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Makgadikgadi-Nxai Pans Conservation Initiative Charting Connections Workshop

On September 3 – 5, 2018, Round River, with its partners Natural Selection Conservation Trust, Botswana Predator Conservation Trust and the Okavango Research Institute, conducted the — Makgadikgadi/Nxai Pans Conservation Initiative Charting Connections Workshop. A summary report of this workshop is available for download at this link— Makgadikgadi-Nxai Pans Conservation Initiative_Charting_Connections_Workshop_Summary_10:18

Job Opportunities with the Taku River Tlingit First Nation

Job Opportunities with the Taku River Tlingit First Nation Amazing wildlife and heritage officer positions have opened with the Taku River Tlingit First Nation.  They are looking for motivated people who can help take the lead on significant opportunities to advance landscape conservation, First Nation governance, Land Guardian development and cultural/heritage conservation. Open to qualified…

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