Alaskan scientists  have been receiving some field assistance in recent years from furry, four-legged colleagues. “Detection dogs and their use in wildlife research and conservation have been more widely used because it’s a really great, noninvasive way to locate (animals),” says wildlife biologist Tory Rhoads. “They’re particularly useful for elusive species.”

During summer 2019, Rhoads used a scent detection dog to help locate the small spaces where…

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