Wolves’ return has had only small impact on deer populations in NE Washington, study shows

A new study shows that wolves in Washington state are not having much of an impact on white-tailed deer, one of their primary prey. In a paper published June 18, scientists report that the biggest factor shaping white-tailed deer populations in northeast Washington is the quality of habitat available. Cougars were second in their impact. Wolves were a distant third.

Media Invited to Acoustical Society of America Meeting in Seattle, Nov. 29 – Dec. 3

After more than a year of virtual conferences, the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) is holding its 181st meeting in person in Seattle, Washington, at the Hyatt Regency Seattle from Nov. 29 through Dec. 3. This major scientific conference brings together interdisciplinary groups of acoustics professionals, spanning many fields, including physics, medicine, music, psychology, wildlife biology, and engineering, to discuss the latest advancements. Follow conference highlights with social media hashtag #ASA181.