News Archive

Posted: 01.18.2018

After fourth year art studio major McKinna Salinas took an introductory class in wildlife ecology and conservation at UC Davis, she translated her curiosity through a series of oil paintings.....


Posted: 12.20.2017

The reasons that so many carnivores have colorful and memorable faces and chests are still not understood. Tim Caro led a group of biologists CSU Long Beach and the University of Washington on a.....


Posted: 12.18.2017

Gyotaku, or fish printing, is a familiar art form to fish biologists. Many of our offices have prints, ranging from crude to exquisite, on the walls. Fish printing stations for kids are common on.....


Posted: 12.05.2017

This past years flooding in Houston and other parts of the world is a reminder of the great damages that floods cause when the defenses of an urban area are overwhelmed.   However, these floods.....


Posted: 11.30.2017

“Climate change deniers use deception to sow doubt and confusion, influence public perception, and stall meaningful action. We have an obligation as researchers and academics to expose these.....


Posted: 11.15.2017

Dr. Eric Post, professor in Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology was selected Muir Institute Fellow. 

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Posted: 11.15.2017

Nann Fangue earned a certificate of merit in the category of "outstanding advising-faculty role" from the NACADA Global Awards Program.

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Posted: 11.13.2017

Researchers at the University of California, Davis, have identified 52 potential wildlife corridors linking protected areas across Tanzania. Using a cost-effective combination of interviews with.....


Posted: 11.07.2017

CalTrout hosted a welcome dinner on Monday, November 6th to celebrate Dr. Peter Moyle and Dr. Andrew Rypel. 

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Posted: 10.23.2017

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