Correlating bird traits with extinction risk suggests some birds more endangered than previously thought.
A new 50-state survey shows Utah in the top 10 nationally for raccoons, bobcats and red foxes.
Data gaps and species similarities may lead to undercounting biodiversity.
A 30-year study in Tanzania shows temperature-linked population declines in species important to forests.
More observations and more focus on common birds could fill the data gap.
Research shows location is the biggest factor in successful “alien” bird invasions—which are also seen as negatively impacting native species.
U researcher Çağan Şekercioğlu explores whether the expansion of coffee plantations is reducing tropical bird biodiversity.
Career and Professional Development Center recognizes faculty for their integral role in mentoring students and assisting in their professional journeys.
HawkWatch International partners with the U to study raptors in Africa.
A celebration of biodiversity and the U scientists who help preserve it.