Friday, May 3, 2019

Field Observation by Ann Marie Gawel

Field Observation by EBL PhD candidate Ann Marie Gawel: I found Aglaia that seemed to be nice and ripe on Guam... until I found this little insect inside.




#30earthmonthheroes: Posting about Heroes of the Envirnonment

This past month EBL and others have been posting about heroes of the environment. These post can be found on the EBL Facebook page and on the twitter handle #30earthmonthheroes

https://www.facebook.com/ebl.project/

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Tree Growing Around a Deer Skull... interesting find by the EBL Crew

The EBL team spends much of its time out in the field collecting data and once in a while we come across strange and unique findings. EBL'ers Martin Kastner and Zia Crytser came across one of these findings just the other day. It is a deer skull stuck in a tree and the tree has grown around it. Any ideas about how this happened? (Photo taken by Zia)

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

New Member of the EBL Team! Welcome Moneka!

The EBL team has a new member on the crew! Moneka De Oro is a proud daughter of the Marianas. Her academic, professional, and community endeavors have been grounded in protection of the natural environment and promotion of Chamoru culture. She has a BA in Anthropology and is currently completing her masters thesis in Micronesian Studies from the University of Guam. She served as an RET with EBL in 2017 and the EBL team is excited to have her back assisting in research!

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

EBL Project has a New Publication in The Royal Society B!

The EBL Project has a new publication discussing how animal movement drives variation in seed dispersal distance across entire communities. 
Click here to read the publication. 


Monday, January 7, 2019

The EBL Project hosted a National Geographic reporting writer and the finished product has been published!

In November 2018 the Ecology of Bird Loss Project hosted a reporting writer for National Geographic, Alexandra Ossola, on Guam. During the host period she attended the MTCC conference, went on a Brown Treesnake night search, attended a DOD sponsored field trip to active restoration sites, interviewed multiple stake holders on Guam, and interviewed EBL's PI Haldre Rogers (who is quoted in the article). Below is the link to the finished product in National Geographic.

Guam's ecological fate is in the hands of the U.S. military