Mike Phillips to be part of a special screening and discussion of “Secrets of the Longleaf Pine” at the CORE club in New York City.
Posted November 20th, 2015 by tesfteam in Uncategorized
CORE Club Invitation Secrets of the Longleaf Pine
Mike Phillips is honored to deliver keynote address at Mexico’s First National Symposium of Species at Risk.
Mike Phillips invited serve on a science panel to consider the importance of hybridization to the future of the red wolf.
Invitation Phillips red wolf hybridization workshop
Should we save the wolves of Isle Royale
Mike Phillips to speak at premier of Racing Extinction on September 15, 2015 in Atlanta Georgia, presented by Georgia Public Broadcasting
An experimental and sometimes controversial project that began in the late 1990’s to restore westslope cutthroat trout to Cherry creek has proved successful.
From worry to westslope
TESF announces new initiative – We recently secured a $5,000 grant from Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism to initiate at the Z-Bar Ranch an effort to improve the conservation status of the increasingly imperiled Monarch butterfly. This effort is yet another outstanding example of our capacity to do much on behalf of a worldwide problem – pollinator conservation — with just a little help from a public agency because of our access to the great conservation landscapes that are Turner Ranches. Details follow …
2015 Arctic Grayling Working Group along with the US Fish and Wildlife Service and MT Fish Wildlife and Parks recognize Turner Biodiversity Division for conservation activities regarding Montana arctic grayling.
2015 Arctic grayling award