News Archive

Posted: 08.07.2018

Teejay A. O’Rear, John R. Durand, and Peter B. Moyle recently published a blog post on the California WaterBlog. See the full article below or.....


Posted: 08.03.2018

Songbirds and coffee farms in Central America. Ladybugs and soybean fields in the Midwest. These are well-known, win-win stories of how conserving natural habitat can benefit farmers.

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Posted: 07.16.2018

PhD candidate, Alexandra McInturf, is currently studying behaviors of basking sharks in Ireland. She is a member of the marine ecophysiology laboratory, under WFCB professor, Dr. Nann Fangue and.....


Posted: 06.05.2018

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife and Dr. Eric Post, professor climate change ecology in WFCB, are joining forces in a study of Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep ecology.  The project,.....


Posted: 05.18.2018

Congratulations to Danielle Huddlestun and Thalia Badger for both earning the 2018 Harry & Eleanor Walker Advising Award.

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Posted: 05.16.2018

Some well camouflaged species become very conspicuous when they flee by showing bright colors, but on arrival become inconspicuous again (think of rabbits and locusts). Why should an animal seek to.....


Posted: 04.23.2018

“If we’re going to save the Delta smelt,” says Peter Moyle, “it has to be in the context of a totally different ecosystem than the one it evolved in.”

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Posted: 04.02.2018

Check out great new stories by WFC students on conservation superheroes, the mysterious florican, and feral cats.


Posted: 03.29.2018

Walleye, an iconic native fish species in Wisconsin, the upper Midwest and Canada, are in decline in northern Wisconsin lakes, according to a study published this week in the Canadian Journal.....


Posted: 03.21.2018

The Vertebrate Pest Council recently awarded the inaugural Walter E. “Howdy” Howard Lifetime Achievement Award at the 28th Vertebrate Pest Conference held in Rohnert Park, CA from February.....