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OSU researchers sniff out novel approach to studying animal habitat

OSU researchers sniff out novel approach to studying animal habitat

STILLWATER, Okla. – His name is Copper and he is a hound dog. An unforgettable scene from the early 80’s animated movie, The Fox and the Hound, shows Copper actively sniffing his surroundings in search of Todd, the movie’s co-star.

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Me-ouch: The impact of cats on native wildlife species

Me-ouch: The impact of cats on native wildlife species

STILLWATER, Okla. – The internet supplies endless amounts of cute kitty videos. A kitten batting around a ball of yarn, a cat chasing a feather duster and fat, grumpy cats lying on their backs have generated many smiles from people throughout the world.

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Groendyke keeps on trucking

Groendyke keeps on trucking

STILLWATER, Okla. – The Groendyke name rings loudly throughout the state of Oklahoma. Perhaps best known for his role in the trucking industry, John Groendyke also is a leader and visionary in the state for natural resource ecology and management.

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Birds making final stop at bus shelters

Birds making final stop at bus shelters

STILLWATER, Okla. – The gift of flight leaves birds without the need to hop on public transit systems for transportation. However, more and more of our feathered friends have been seen at bus stop shelters.

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From China to Stillwater, Oklahoma

STILLWATER, Okla. – Sichuan Province, China, is home to the giant panda, hot and spicy Szechuan cuisine and nearly 90 million people. One of those people is Chris Zou, an associate professor in Oklahoma State University’s Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management.

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The bear necessities of life

STILLWATER, Okla. – Bears may or may not do a lot of things in the woods, but graduate students in Oklahoma State University’s Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management are trying to fill in some of the unknowns.

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Many benefits to leasing private land to hunters

Many benefits to leasing private land to hunters

STILLWATER, Okla. – Leasing land for recreational hunting can provide Oklahoma landowners will a little extra cash in their pocket, labor resources for their land, perhaps a few new friends and a reduction in trespassing.

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Earthworms are not always good for the soil

Earthworms are not always good for the soil

STILLWATER, Okla. – They are everywhere. People use them as fishing bait. Others toss them in their gardens to help aerate the soil. They also can be used in compost piles.

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Landowners may be accidentally poisoning wildlife

Landowners may be accidentally poisoning wildlife

STILLWATER, Okla. – Cool evenings and warm days are a sure sign autumn is here, which means hunting seasons are blasting off in Oklahoma. But, high humidity and warm temperatures this time of year may be contributing to the accidental poisoning of many wildlife species

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Finding the right balance of plants in the pond

Finding the right balance of plants in the pond

STILLWATER, Okla. – Nothing kills the euphoric feeling of setting the hook on a monster bass more than reeling in a couple pounds of pond weeds. Pond owners and anglers alike need to understand there is a delicate balance between too many aquatic plants and too few.

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