Videos Highlighting Carnivore Research – Now Online
Several new online videos are now available highlighting carnivore research at the National Wildlife Research Center’s field station near Logan, Utah.
The National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) is the research arm of the USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services program. At its headquarters office in Colorado and at several field stations across the country, the Center employs scientists, technicians, and support personnel with expertise in a variety of scientific disciplines. Together, these experts develop new tools and techniques for solving problems between people and wildlife.
To learn more about NWRC’s Utah field station, its employees, and their work related to carnivore ecology and predation damage management, please visit the APHIS YouTube site or click on the video links below.
- NWRC Utah Field Station – Carnivore Research
- Careers at NWRC: Field Station Leader
- Careers at NWRC: Research Wildlife Biologist Carnivore Ecology Utah
- Careers at NWRC: Animal Care Specialist Utah
- Careers at NWRC: Biological Science Technician Utah