Last week I talked about how you can make your front and backyard wildlife-friendly, and this week, I’m talking specifically about mammals!
When most people think of conservation, they tend to think of faraway animals like tigers, elephants, and jaguars, or faraway places like the Amazon rainforest, Serengeti plains, or Yellowstone National Park. But conservation can start in your own backyard!
I LOVE animals, especially mammals. My love for animals is what made me want to become a wildlife biologist. How did I develop such a passion?
Over the past century, the Eastern United States has seen their forests regrow, their large predators disappear, and their white-tailed deer become more numerous than ever…
My colleague and friend, Dr. Mike Cove reached out to me to have a discussion about something he had been thinking about for some time: how mammals of the past impact mammals today.
I studied African forest elephants for my Ph.D. and have given many presentations on my research and their behavior. Below I’ve aggregated the questions regarding my elephant research and have answered them below.