Wildlife death and illness reports: WHISPers, hosted by the USGS National Wildlife Health Center, is a repository for sharing basic information about historic and ongoing wildlife mortality (death) and/or morbidity (illness) events.
Two large-scale scientific efforts have rendered in-depth DNA and historic/geographic/behavioral mapping of elephants and bees. The results of both endeavors will help conservation and protection efforts to save endangered elephants and bees.
Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab keeps tabs on the country’s bee species.
Call for participants for a first of its kind study on dog aging. In the first major longitudinal study involving dogs, scientists will study the factors surrounding dog aging. The Dog Aging Project will look at dogs from all breeds and mixes from across the nation.
A new study identifies dog breeds and physical traits that pose the highest risk of biting with severe injury.
A team of biologists has compiled and standardized data on 790+ animal social networks.
Here are some datasets that can be used for some serious analyses (spay-neuter data) or just plain fun like finding … More
We Asked the Government Why Animal Welfare Records Disappeared. They Sent 1,700 Blacked-Out Pages. National Geographic In January, the USDA … More
As many animal welfare advocates suspected, it appears that politics and profiteering may be behind the USDA’s mysterious rub-and-scrub of … More
Animal welfare scorecard: Industries profiting from the use of animals = 1 ; Captive animals = 0 USDA … More
If you care about the welfare of animals and have been following this issue, or if you know anyone who … More
Here is an exciting new tool to help stop the illegal trafficking of endangered wildlife: Software developed by data scientists … More