In the media

Sometimes we're lucky enough that our research is highlighted on podcasts, in films, and in newspapers or magazines. Check out the page below to hear about some of our work!

Glimpses of the organizations that have featured our work.

Ongoing research

We study ungulates in multiple different ecosystems to learn what drives their populations and how they are connected with their environment. Science is a process, and each one of the projects that we undergo takes multiple years to design, collect data on, analyze, and complete. Check out our ongoing projects!

A scientist holds radio telemetry, searching for an animal in a sea of sagebrush. She wears a large backpack, and has her hood up.


Once there's enough research on a topic, it's nice to look at all of those pieces of research together. In our reports, we try to do just that!

A scientist looks through binoculars at an unknown object. She is smiling. She is standing in a snowy forest, with burned trees covered in snow in the background.

Finished, peer-reviewed projects

After years and years of hard work, scientists wrap up their research by writing papers and publishing them in peer-reviewed journals. Go to the next page to see some of our finished products!

A collage of the titles of peer-reviewed articles. Titles are in black and white and read, "Life-history characteristics of mule deer: effects of nutrition in a variable environment" and ""Behavioral flexibility in a heat-sensitive endotherm: the role of bed sites as thermal refuges." The titles are bookended by photos of a pronghorn male staring into the camera and rugged mountain peaks.