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School of Environment and Natural Resources
Apr 28, 2020
Stanley Gehrt, a professor in the School of Environment and Natural Resources and urban coyote expert is quoted in a recent article, “Flocks of turkeys. Swarms of rats. The pizza groundhog. Animals are taking over the streets” in The Boston Globe.
Mar 26, 2019
Lights Out Columbus – an innovative approach to bird conservation that seeks to reduce bird collision deaths during migration, and help building owners and managers to decrease their energy costs was featured on NBC4 Columbus. Matthew Shumar, program coordinator for the Ohio Bird Conservation Initiative was interviewed for the story, “Group encourages turning lights off to help migratory birds” and highlighted the efforts of a growing number of partners helping to make sure birds are able to safely migrate through Ohio cities at night.
Mar 25, 2019
The March 2019 issue of Ranger Rick magazine features an informative article on coyotes living in cities and features the Cook County Urban Coyote Research Project led by faculty member and wildlife expert in the School of Environment and Natural Resources Stan Gehrt. The article provides a glimpse into how he and his team of researchers locate, track and study urban coyotes over time. Read the story here.
Ranger Rick is a publication of the National Wildlife Federation.