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I haven't seen the river in a couple of weeks, but certainly new channels have been cut and some of the riparian habitat has been washed out,'' said Dwayne Maxwell, senior biologist for the state's Department of Fish and Game.
And in Chiapas, Mexico, biologist Rosa Maria Vidal directs a conservation organization called Pronatura, which is working with subsistence farmers, teaching them the importance of preserving forests and woodlots.
Testifying at a hearing, biologist Eric Forsman stated, "There was a considerable amount of political pressure to create a plan which had a very low probability of success and which had a minimum impact on timber harvest.
This marks the first time since 2000 that peregrine chicks have reached fledgling stage for banding by DEP biologists.
Local biologists say the Santa Clara River, known as one of the last natural waterways in California, is also under attack.
By 1990, the cats had vanished from every place except Florida, says Larry Richardson, a biologist at the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge.
The Chief of the Forest Service, biologist Jack Ward Thomas, led the scientific team that crafted the strategy to protect the northern spotted owl in the Pacific Northwest.
Although Freed, a wildlife biologist, tries to maintain professional objectivity, the losses still stung.
But that's about it," explains Lee Boyd, a biologist at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas, who has studied takhi behavior.
When a loggerhead shrike catches a lizard, the bird often impales it on a thorn or a spur of barbed wire and then leaves the carcass hanging, explains evolutionary biologist Edmund D.
Pheasants Forever (PF) announces the promotion of Gabe McMasters to the position of regional wildlife biologist for the western U.
On perimeter surveys of eelgrass beds, for example, the CRM biologist in the kayak follows the biologist/diver, who tows a small yellow "pop" buoy.
Stephenson, a biologist with the California Department of Fish and Game (DFG), and Schroeder, a graduate student, made the arduous trip to Lee Vining Canyon to check on the bighorns.
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