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Researchers use new state funding to understand spruce grouse movement as an indicator of wildlife response to the northward shift of Minnesota’s boreal forests
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, MAY 2019 --- Scientists from the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources are using funds from the Environment and Natural Resources Fund to perform research that will improve timber harvest planning in ways that are compatible with conservation of wildlife populations. The funds, approved by the Minnesota Legislature, are for roughly $300,000 over the next three years (until June 2022).
With new state funding, University of Minnesota researchers investigate the implications of increased red fox, grey fox, and coyote populations in the Twin Cities Metro Area
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, MAY 2019 --- New funding from the Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund is enabling University of Minnesota researchers to better connect some of Minnesota’s urban residents to red foxes, grey foxes, and coyotes.
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