By Jordan Schaul | Western Wildlife Outreach | August 29, 2014 coyote photo: Darrell Smith, WWO photographer/Project Biologist As gray wolves return to…
The Houston & Other Gulf Coast Zoos & NASA Race to Save Prairie-Chickens
By Jordan Schaul | National Geographic | May 20, 2012 The one ungulate from Alaska that is not represented in our collection at the Alaska Wildlife Con…
By Jordan Schaul | National Geographic | May 27, 2012 Have you been following any bison news lately? The State Mammal of Oklahoma, Wyoming, and Kansas …
By Jordan Schaul | National Geographic | May 24, 2012 In celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Valley of 10,000 Smokes Contributing Editor Jordan…
World Expert on Seals Discusses their Fate in Light of Climate Change
By Jordan Schaul | National Geographic | November 8, 2012 Contributing Editor Dr. Jordan Schaul interviews Dr. Charles Knapp, Shedd Aquarium’s Vice Pre…
By Jordan Schaul | National Geographic | November 21, 2012 Contributing Editor Dr. Jordan Schaul reports on the first study to examine grizzly bear beh…
By Jordan Schaul | National Geographic | January 23, 2013 According to a Reuters report, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the Alaska Depa…
By Jordan Schaul | National Geographic | February 15, 2013 Contributing Editor Dr. Jordan Schaul has reported on a recent penetration-induced lesion(s)…
By Jordan Schaul | National Geographic | February 19, 2013 Wildlife SOS was called upon to rescue more dancing bears—this time at the Indo-Nepal border…
By Jordan Schaul | National Geographic | March 24, 2013 Ten years ago this coming Easter, one of the world’s foremost experts on rabbits was asked to c…