The Silk Floss Tree commands attention in every season. From a stunning floral display, to the trunk laden with menacing spines, to the palmate foliage, it is no wonder this rainforest tree has found a place in managed landscapes around ... READ MORE
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 kept disappearing.
During ... READ MORE
By Rashidah H. Farid, M.S.
Doctoral Student, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
University of Florida
In Peru, the majority of the land is under some form of a hydrocarbon lease. Seventy-two percent of these ... READ MORE