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Nathaniel Owenby Learns Wildlife Damage Practices through USDA Wildlife Service Internship and Job

By Katrina Rossos University of Florida senior Nathaniel Owenby spent the summer interning with the USDA Wildlife Service. Originally from Lexington, North Carolina, the wildlife ecology and conservation major became a member of the USDA Wildlife Services’ wildlife… Read More

SNRE Student Creates Nordmanns’ Greenshank Species Account for Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Philipp Maleko is a master’s student in interdisciplinary ecology with the School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE). In summer 2019, Maleko was a member of a research team that discovered the nest of an endangered Russian shorebird,… Read More

Field Work: Laura Nicholson Monitors Bat Activity in SW Florida Across Different Landscapes

By Katrina Rossos Laura Nicholson, a master’s student in the Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation at University of Florida, has spent the past eight months at Picayune Strand State Forest in Collier County, Florida. She is comparing… Read More

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Spring 2020 Scholarship and Award Winners

    SCHOLARSHIPS   Florida Wildlife Federation Scholarship The Florida Wildlife Federation (FWF) established a scholarship fund for graduate and undergraduate students in the Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. To qualify for this merit-based $1,000 scholarship, graduate… Read More

Zachary Steele Analyzes How Aquariums, Zoos Teach About Invasive Species

By Katrina Rossos Wildlife Ecology and Conservation master’s student Zachary Steele is studying the human dimensions of invasive species in Florida under the advisement of Dr. Elizabeth Pienaar. He is assessing resident awareness of introductory pathways of species… Read More