The University of Idaho is seeking a graduate student (MS or PhD) to support research on the ecology of moose in Idaho as part of a comprehensive research program initiated by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game to understand factors contributing to population declines. Start date is Spring or Summer 2020 and application review begins February 1, 2020. For more information, click here.
The USGS National Wildlife Health Center has adopted a new strategic science plan to guide our efforts to advance wildlife health for the next five years. The strategic plan includes three initiatives that will help us work collectively to realize our new mission: advancing wildlife health science for the benefit of animals, humans, and the environment. The plan is intended to be solutions focused and innovative to address complex problems impacting wildlife health. As we work toward implementing the strategic initiatives described in the plan, we look forward to working collaboratively with you, our partners, to advance wildlife health.
Click here for an executive summary of the strategic plan.