Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center


Northern Prairie's science program is organized around six broad themes: (1) species biology, (2) species stressors, (3) management and restoration, (4) invasive species, (5) wildlife diseases, and (6) climate and land use.  Together, research conducted under these themes addresses the primary science information needs of land-managers and policymakers across a vast portion of the Central United States, and is strategically linked through our organizational structure to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration to address complex issues.