Orangutans are vocal animals, so analyzing their calls during events like wildfires can indicate how smoke is affecting their health.
Rivers are among the most embattled ecosystems on Earth. Researchers are testing a new, inexpensive way to study river health by using eDNA to count the species that rivers harbor.
African elephants stay in touch over large distances. We found out how.
A new method of using camera traps has brought good and bad news for conservationists.
Scientists thought there was only one sixgill sawshark species – until now.
As well as a stark warning about climate change, the disaster underlines the importance of wildlife monitoring.
The NSW government has announced plans to remove feral deer from its list of official game animals. With careful monitoring, the resulting free-for-all could help curb their booming numbers.
Tracking wild animals can provide lots of valuable data. New research suggests audio recordings of wild wolves can replace the typical radio collars, which can be expensive and intrusive.
Much of the world’s ocean is teeming with ‘cryptic’ fish species, which are small and hard to spot. But a new technique shines a light on these fish, which may in turn help to keep our seas healthy.
A few thousand fake ducks, a group of experienced wildlife spotters and a drone have proven the usefulness and accuracy of drones for wildlife monitoring.