UF/IFAS Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Department

Category: Natural Resources

The Battle Between Bats and Moths

November 1, 2015

By Joshua Epstein, Masters Student, Dept. of Wildlife Ecology & Conservation Every evening when temperatures exceed 65 °F, thousands of bats can be seen swiftly emerging from the Bat Barn and Bat House on the University of Florida campus ... READ MORE

Category: , Wildlife

Do We Need Wild Bees?

October 9, 2015

By Jessica Laskowski, PhD student, Dept. of Wildlife Ecology & Conservation Do we need wild bees? (1) Fresh squeezed OJ (2) Farmer’s market blueberries (3) Dinner at The Top My favorite Gainesville, FL delicacies may all ... READ MORE

Category: Wildlife

FLIRting with Chicks

September 21, 2015

Dr. Theron Terhune has been mastering his FLIRting technique - FLIRting with Northern Bobwhite Quail chicks that is. As the Fall’s first speaker in the Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Seminar series, Dr. Terhune discussed his ongoing research ... READ MORE

Category: UF/IFAS Research, Wildlife

UF OneWorld Event Challenges Attendees to Consider the World in 2050

March 24, 2015

By Clare Condon By 2050, it is estimated that there will be 9.6 billion people on planet Earth. How will we sustain all of those people? How will we prevent starvation, thirst, disease, and war? How will we conserve natural resources on such ... READ MORE

Category: Agriculture, Conservation, Events, Natural Resources, UF/IFAS, Water, Wildlife
Tags: Community Outreach, Conservation, Disease, Event, Lecture, Population Growth

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