Intensive laboratory experiences could help to safely keep field-based disciplines in the field

By Marcus Lashley and Robert A. McCleery--read the full paper here. Ecologists and evolutionary biologists have long espoused the value of experiential learning in nature. Getting students outside to experience the aspects of biology that they are studying is an effective way to enhance learning by allowing students first-hand experience with the concepts, practices, and... Continue Reading →

Where’s Wallaby?

Blog written by Holly English and Anthony Caravaggi. Read the full paper here. Photo of captive red-necked wallaby by Claire Bushell. The answer to that question may surprise you. The red-necked wallaby (Notamacropus rufogriseus) may be synonymous with Australia, but it also shows up in some more surprising places. Popular in zoos and proving themselves... Continue Reading →

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