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Female Mexican wolf at the Ladder Ranch captive breeding facility

Female Mexican wolf at the Ladder Ranch captive breeding facility

This is a photo of a breeding female Mexican wolf being temporally held at our captive breeding and pre-release facility at the Ladder Ranch in New Mexico. She along with her mate and four pups are scheduled to be released in Mexico in the near future. TESF has been...

Healthy westslope cutthroat trout on the Flying D Ranch

Healthy westslope cutthroat trout on the Flying D Ranch

A healthy westslope cutthroat trout from Cherry Creek on the Flying D Ranch in Montana. Turner Biodiversity restored these native trout to upper Cherry Creek in a decade long project that concluded in 2010. The population is now regularly monitored to assess health...

Prairie dog plague mitigation

To mitigate plague, we routinely control the flea vectors that carry the plague bacterium, Yersinia pestis, using an insecticide applied at the burrows. Here we are using a rodent grain bait containing fipronil (commonly used to control fleas on pet cats and dogs) to...

Prairie dogs are ecosystem engineers

Prairie dogs are ecosystem engineers

By creating burrow systems, clipping vegetation, and improving the nutrient quality of their habitat, prairie dogs serve as ecosystem engineers that support numerous other native species of the prairie grasslands, including rattlesnakes. Unfortunately, prairie dogs...

Blowout penstemon

Blowout penstemon

For years now, TESF has been assisting with recovery of the species. Since inception in 1997 TESF has been dedicated to arresting the extinction crisis by advancing reintroduction projects for imperiled plants, birds, fishes, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.

Female Mexican wolf at the Ladder Ranch captive breeding facility

Female Mexican wolf at the Ladder Ranch captive breeding facility

This is a photo of a breeding female Mexican wolf being temporally held at our captive breeding and pre-release facility at the Ladder Ranch in New Mexico. She along with her mate and four pups are scheduled to be released in Mexico in the near future. TESF has been...

Healthy westslope cutthroat trout on the Flying D Ranch

Healthy westslope cutthroat trout on the Flying D Ranch

A healthy westslope cutthroat trout from Cherry Creek on the Flying D Ranch in Montana. Turner Biodiversity restored these native trout to upper Cherry Creek in a decade long project that concluded in 2010. The population is now regularly monitored to assess health...

Prairie dog plague mitigation

To mitigate plague, we routinely control the flea vectors that carry the plague bacterium, Yersinia pestis, using an insecticide applied at the burrows. Here we are using a rodent grain bait containing fipronil (commonly used to control fleas on pet cats and dogs) to...

Prairie dogs are ecosystem engineers

Prairie dogs are ecosystem engineers

By creating burrow systems, clipping vegetation, and improving the nutrient quality of their habitat, prairie dogs serve as ecosystem engineers that support numerous other native species of the prairie grasslands, including rattlesnakes. Unfortunately, prairie dogs...

Blowout penstemon

Blowout penstemon

For years now, TESF has been assisting with recovery of the species. Since inception in 1997 TESF has been dedicated to arresting the extinction crisis by advancing reintroduction projects for imperiled plants, birds, fishes, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.