Unamused, the osprey mama circled and squawked and even dove at researchers Monday morning as they carefully lifted her two chicks from their nest south of Laurel.
The following Rocky Mountain College faculty received a promotion or tenure in the past year. Toby Anderson, physics, received a promotion to professor. Jen Bratz, music, received a promotion to associate professor and was granted tenure. Mark Damico, assistant professor of elementary educat…
It’s amazing what people find in the Yellowstone River.
Volunteers will be on a first-name basis with young osprey born along the Yellowstone River as leg bands are attached as part of a larger monitoring project.
After withstanding the elements for as long as 20 years, high winds blew an osprey nest off a power pole on Highway 310 about eight miles south Laurel on Monday.
Rocky Mountain College professor Kayhan Ostovar will discuss the Pryor Mountains BioBlitz completed last summer during the annual meeting of the Eastern Wildlands Chapter of the Montana Wilderness Association annual meeting, at Pictograph Caves State Park at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
An injured osprey that spent the last few weeks in rehab flew out of captivity Sunday along the Yellowstone River at Coulson Park.
The 6th annual Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society River Cleanup had volunteers picking up trash as they boated and walked parts of the Yellowstone River in Billings.
Rocky Mountain College professor Kayhan Ostovar is the speaker for Town and Gown at Rocky's Prescott Hall tonight.
Two osprey chicks, panting heavily in the heat, nestled in a cardboard box waiting to contribute to science and the future of their species.
The Pryor Mountains may look like a desert, unwelcome to all but a few hearty forms of life.
Researchers and citizen scientists will see how many species can be identified during a BioBlitz in the Pryor Mountains July 6-8.
The public is invited to join a Rocky Mountain College trip to Tanzania, Africa, on July 30, 2013.
Sinking deeper and deeper into the Pryor Creek mud, Mike Schilz and Zach Farrand hauled in a long fish trap from the murky water.
Although the temperature hovered around freezing with gusts up to 65 mph, there was no snow, no sea ice and the boggy tundra remained unfrozen, an instructional introduction for a contingent of Rocky Mountain College students who had trekked north to see the effects of a warming climate on …
Fourteen volunteers hopped into seven boats Saturday to do some cleaning along the Yellowstone River.
Kayhan Ostovar, environmental science teacher at Rocky Mountain College, explains the annual Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society River Cleanup.
Volunteers launch their watercraft from the Duck Creek fishing access to begin the annual cleanup of the Yellowstone River.
Kayhan Ostovar, left, and Luke Ward, both environmental science professors at Rocky Mountain College, haul garbage they collected along the banks of the Yellowstone River Saturday morning. The two were part of a seven-boat group participating in the annual Yellowstone River cleanup, sponsore…
Volunteers and boats are needed to help with this year's cleanup of the Yellowstone River on Sept. 17.