Fellows in the News
Posted by Lauren Hertel on Wednesday, September 26 2012

Biologists have one thing in their favor when doing public outreach for such charismatic carnivores. If people don’t have time to learn the ecological benefits of keeping lions and wolves on the landscape, they can easily appreciate the aesthetic value of having them around.

It’s a bit tougher for biologists like Tara Cornelisse to count on conservation aesthetics when making her case to protect another fearsome carnivore: the Ohlone tiger beetle.

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