Dana Kobilinsky

Urban lizards tolerate more heat

When Kristin Winchell was sampling Puerto Rican crested anoles(Anolis cristatellus), she began noticing lizards’ body temperatures were elevated amid the heat-trapping concrete and asphalt of urban areas. “But we didn’t really know what that meant,” said

Dana Kobilinsky

Bolder coyote parents rear bolder pups

In 2007, a male coyote (Canis latrans) wandered right into the open door of a Quiznos restaurant during lunch time in Chicago. This bold behavior got Christopher Schell, assistant professor of urban ecology at the