UW study finds wild animals are more sensitive to human presence than previously thought, raising questions about local trail management

Timothy Hill

We have a people dilemma. That was the information Laura Prugh obtained from the U.S. Park Support in Glacier Bay, Alaska, several many years in the past. For Prugh, who scientific tests human-wildlife interactions in the comparatively crowded state of Washington, the declare seemed a little bit overstated. After all, […]