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Wild birds come into contact with backyard chicken flocks more frequently than people realize, creating a pathway for pathogens to transmit back and forth, according to research from researchers at the University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources. Such pathways increase…
When Whitney Kistler and Barbara Shock take undergraduate students into the field for conservation biology classes, they make a point to discuss ticks and other disease vectors.  Ticks are common around Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee, where Kistler (MS ’10, PHD ’14) and Shock (MS ’10, PHD…
Understanding the state’s black bear population involves tree-climbing skills, technology and custom-made traps    Cat Carter picked up a stick and, very carefully, poked the bear.  Usually that’s a risky move. But in this case, she was playing it safe. As the bear lay on the floor of the trap,…
Do you have a passion for passion flowers? So do butterflies! The passion flower vine is more than just a pleasant sight on a summer walk—it's also a host plant for butterflies. Here in Georgia, you will see butterfly pollinators such as the gulf fritillary, variegated fritillary and zebra longwing…

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