One of the key factors in establishing PDXSeafood, our sustainable seafood program, is the declining status of the worlds overfished oceans. I recently came across an article that was informative and worth a read. Click on the link below to access the article.
I’ve decided that “The Year of the Snake” just doesn’t cut it for a description of this years pandas so I’ve decided to rename the year to “The Year of the Arboreal Panda”. It seems like tree climbing is in the air (literally and figuratively) around the base this year for all the females. Continue reading →
I thought it might be nice to share a few photos of the Avian variety taken on a trip to the wonderful SW United States. I will leave off the species so that everyone can have a chance to try and identify them on their own.
If you’re interested in working on reproductive behavior in giant pandas or conservation biology in general and want a great opportunity – you’ve found it. I’m looking for two students to be at the CCRCGP during part of my stay and the rest of the breeding season to collect some of data that would be incorporated into our current study. Here’s a montage of some of my interns experiences!
I’ll be needing help during the reproductive mating behavior scoring so if you’re interested check out my blogs from last year and the interns blogs from fall and winter. Read the current listing and apply! There are two winterinternships available.