I recently caught this great video of a badger following a coyote down a road. Did you know that these two species often hunt together? I had heard of this relationship but never witnessed it, personally or remotely! read more
It was a brilliantly sunny day; the surf built in glassy waves that crashed with a roar and all but drowned our attempts to call data back and forth across the colony as we surveyed the beaches at Naval Base Coronado, searching for the few remaining California least tern nests that still remain on the beach. read more
World Elephant Day, launched on August 12, 2012, is now an annual event intended to celebrate this beautiful and majestic mammal and to bring attention to the plight of Asian and African elephants and the numerous threats they face. Sadly, elephant tusks are one of the major reasons elephants are threatened. read more
We started by collecting arthropods using pitfall traps and pan traps. This was done in mid-June. The traps had to stay open for exactly 24 hours. Unfortunately, we had issues with animal and human interference with our traps… read more
Condors can soar for hundreds of miles across the land looking for food as well as thousands of feet high up into the clouds. I needed an accurate 3-D home-range estimator that would make the most of the incredible 3-D movement data I was getting from these GPS-tracked condors.