Is habitat fragmentation good for biodiversity? No it is not. See Fletcher et al 2018
Landscape corridors subsidize predator diets. Christine Hawn uses heavy isotopes of nitrogen to track how corridors funnel prey to green lynx spiders. [PDF reprint]
Heather's new paper shows how water availability reduces St. Francis' Satyr population size. Decline may be linked to rapid increase in water withdrawal
Postdoc Erica Henry receives new grant from the National Park Service. Will fund research on restoration and conservation of endangered butterflies in Everglades National Park
Long Term Ecological Research site at Kellogg Biological Station renewed for next four years. New focus on resilience as climate and land use change
Postdoc Erica Henry featured in a bioGraphic story on South Florida's endangered butterflies
Postdoc Erica Henry receives an NSF grant to study the effects of Hurricane Irma's eyewall crashing into the remaining habitat of two endangered butterflies.
Congratulations to Dr. @ericahenry on her successful PhD defense and excellent talk "Disturbance and conservation of at-risk butterflies."
Nick shares his story "Resurrection and resilience of the rarest butterflies" as a Perspective in PLOS Biology's Conservation Stories from the Front Lines Collection.
Nick has accepted a new KBS faculty position as Senior Terrestrial Ecologist and is moving his lab to Michigan State! Read the announcement.