Tag Archive for: Wildlife

New research reveals broad public support for species restoration

New research conducted by Northeast Wilderness Trust in collaboration with national and international partners delves into the critical role of governance in addressing the biodiversity crisis in the United States.

Published in the journal BioScience, the newly released research paper “The role of governance in rewilding the United States to stem the biodiversity crisis” (Carlson et al. 2023) drew on survey results of 3,589

Northeast Wilderness Trust hosts first Learning Circle book group

Northeast Wilderness Trust is launching our first Learning Circle book group in January 2024.

Woodbury Mountain BioBlitz: September Events

Get curious about turtles, amphibians, and late season pollinators with Northeast Wilderness Trust at two events on the land this fall.

2022 Annual Report

Explore our 2022 Annual Report for stories on 20 years of wilderness conservation: thinking in tree time, rewilding forests, a new ecology program, and more.

Flying through the Forest

These seldom-seen cousins of the more gregarious grey and red squirrels are sure to capture your imagination with their aerial flair, cozy wintertime cuddling, and pink—yes, pink—fluorescent bellies.

New Research Reveals Vast Landscapes in the Northeast Suitable for Cougars

New research published by Northeast Wilderness Trust, Panthera and other national and international partners reveals seven northeastern landscapes, collectively spanning nearly 45,000 square miles, each large enough and wild enough to potentially host healthy cougar populations.

Understanding the Wildlife of Muddy Pond

Get to know the wildlife who reside at Muddy Pond Wilderness Preserve through an interactive StoryMap.

Old-Growth…Flowers?!

In our latest “Newts from the Field,” dive into the unexpectedly fascinating lives of one of spring’s common harbingers…the trout lily!

Happy World Rewilding Day!

This year’s World Rewilding Day theme is “animate the carbon cycle.” Discover emerging science on how wild animals are crucial to Earth’s ability to soak up carbon.

Wild Works 2: Biodiversity

Wild Works 2: Biodiversity, The Language of Wilderness tells the story of why old and wild forests protect the greatest diversity of species, and help to repopulate depleted lands nearby.