News Archive

Posted: 02.08.2018

The Museum of Wildlife and Fish Biology acquires six California condor specimens.

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Posted: 02.05.2018

The University of Oxford has bestowed upon Professor Eric Post an Astor Visiting Lectureship during which he will address climate change and the Arctic. He will be at Oxford for a.....


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.....