Congrats to Katy Seto for being selected to give her PhD finishing talk as the Distinguished Graduate Student Lecture!
The use of wild meat is central to people's livelihoods worldwide, yet is also responsible for widespread animal population declines.
Our new study reveals that animal behavior is key to planning which habitat connections are most essential for wildlife movement.
A toxic environment can create health problems for people, but sick people can also create health problems for the environment.
Gorgeous sunrises and sunsets are part of the routine of field work at the Hopland Research and Extension Center.
For 2017's International Congress in Conservation Biology (ICCB) in Cartagena, Colombia, members of the Brashares lab lead two exciting events.
Check out the media coverage of our lab's article "War and wildlife: linking armed conflict to conservation" published this December!
Congratulations to our postdoc Dr. Paul Elsen for winning the ICCB Student Awards Competition in Montpellier, France this summer!
Our group's work in the Carrizo Plain, on cascading effects of drought on native wildlife, was highlighted in the Washington