Conservation News

Microhabitats drive butterfly diversity

Butterflies’ wing patterns often signal to birds that they’re toxic, and other species of butterflies will sometimes display the same patterns to maximize the chance they won’t be eaten. But if this kind of mimicry

Dana Kobilinsky

Students produce video about gray fox work

University of Arizona students are taking viewers on a virtual field work expedition to watch a graduate student uncover the home ranges and habitat selection of gray foxes (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) in the Southwest. Corey Shaw,