Category: Conservation

So You Want to be a Conservation Biologist? Insights from a Life Dedicated to Tiger Conservation in India

Each week on the blog we pull back the curtain on our Wildlife Ecology & Conservation graduate students’ seminar class. This post is by PhD student Wesley Boone. The Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) is arguably one of the most… Read More

The Case of the Disappearing Birds: Avian Flyways and the Need for Conservation

Each week on the blog we pull back the curtain on our Wildlife Ecology & Conservation graduate students’ seminar class. This post is by master’s student Elysia Webb.  Dr. Lisa Davenport had a mystery on her hands: her birds… Read More

Fighting Climate Change One Classroom at Time: Higher Education in the Era of Biosphere Disruption

Each week on the blog we pull back the curtain on our Wildlife Ecology & Conservation graduate students’ seminar class. This post is by master’s student Nick Vitale.  In response to the looming threat of climate change, Dr. Stephen… Read More

Species Interactions: The Root of Success or Failure?

Each week on the blog we pull back the curtain on our Wildlife Ecology & Conservation graduate students’ seminar class. This post is by master’s student Allison Cauvin.  Dr. John Terborgh wants to answer an increasingly pressing question for… Read More