WFCB In The News

Check out what the Faculty and students have been up to over the past year.

Harnessing the ecological roles of animal personalities (Hunter/Boone/Brehm/Mortelliti)

November 5, 2021 – UMaine News
Personality differences that account for varying behaviors within species should be taken into account in ecosystem management, according to researchers in the University of Maine Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology.

Charney develops simulated climate future of Galápagos to guide conservation

The reason why you saw more bats this summer (Blomberg)

October 1, 2021 – by Julia Bayly (Bangor Daily News)
When it comes to bats surviving white nose syndrome, size matters, according to a bat expert at University of Maine.

And it could be one of the reasons you may have seen more bats this summer.

Baby snapping turtles are emerging to brave the world (Calhoun/Hunter)

September 10, 2021 – …When I returned home, I tracked down my handy “Maine Amphibians and Reptiles” book to learn more about snapping turtles. Edited by Malcolm L. Hunter, Aram J.K. Calhoun and Mark McCollough,…

UMaine student uses motion-triggered cameras to capture native wildlife (Evans)

Alabama biologists involved in University of Maine study of timberdoodles (Blomberg)