One Step Closer To Fledging

One Step Closer To Fledging

As many Condor Cam viewers have experienced, the rearing process for a California condor can be long and slow. It makes sense, though, for a condor to develop so slowly.[…..]

Lions and Tigers and… Giant African Millipedes?  Oh My!

Lions and Tigers and… Giant African Millipedes? Oh My!

When I woke up on a beautiful Monday morning in August, I had no idea the day would be like no other. It started off in the normal way: breakfast,[…..]

A New Family of Giants at Cocha Cashu

A New Family of Giants at Cocha Cashu

A horsefly of some sort drones around my head. There’s something cloying about the way it flies; almost, but not quite, brushing my skin. I sit still, hoping it will[…..]

Learning What We Can Learn From Camera Trap Photos: Part 2

Learning What We Can Learn From Camera Trap Photos: Part 2

I recently wrote about how we’ve determined that, with caution, researchers can identify individual Andean bears in camera trap photos. Researchers should therefore be able to answer some basic questions[…..]

Terns, Plovers, and People: Living in Harmony

Terns, Plovers, and People: Living in Harmony

As field biologists, we are lucky to have some of the most beautiful offices in the world. Every day, my coworkers and I get to enjoy long walks on the[…..]