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September 30, 2018

The value of long-term research is best observed when an old project starts to tell a new story. Such is the case with our Snowy Owl study based out of Barrow, Alaska. The study began to understand the relationship of Snowy Owls to lemmings and the implications to bree...

July 23, 2018

In the documentary Change at the Top of the World, explore.org founder Charlie Annenberg visits the Canadian territory of Nunavut, an Arctic land with an 85% Inuit population. He talks with towns' mayors about how climate change is altering their ways of life: people b...

July 2, 2018

Now in its 27th year, our Snowy Owl Breeding Research project is the longest running breeding study in North America.  Snowy Owls did not breed in Barrow, AK in 2017, presumably because Lemming numbers were low. Population indexing is currently underway for 2018.

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