From Bees to Big Cats at the Special Species Symposium 2019


Last week, the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine hosted the Special Species Symposium to shine a light on various topics within the fields of zoo, exotic, and wildlife medicine. The Symposium brought speakers from a variety of backgrounds as well as students from Cornell, University of Pennsylvania, and University of Montreal together to discuss these fields. Continue reading

How Space Technologies are Transforming Wildlife Conservation


The European Space Agency: Business Applications has guest authored this post to show how space technology can be applied to the conservation and management of wildlife. Continue reading to hear about a few of the projects that have used satellites to help wildlife. Continue reading

From Sand to Surf

Walk through a harbor on the Pacific coast and more likely than not, you will be greeted by a chorus of barks from California sea lions, whose populations have been rebounding since a large decline in the 1960s. Read on to find out how Nycole Cole was involved in conservation work that resulted in the gratifying return of rehabilitated sea lion pups to the ocean. Continue reading