Tag: South America

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

A Canopy of Cameras: Studying Arboreal Mammal Activity in Peru

By Rashidah H. Farid, M.S. Doctoral Student, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation University of Florida Email: rfarid@ufl.edu In Peru, the majority of the land is under some form of a hydrocarbon lease. Seventy-two percent of these leases overlap with… Read More