Field Surveys

Hosted by Jesse Alston, Field Surveys is an ecology and conservation podcast where we take you behind the scenes of how ecology and conservation really get done

Field Surveys is an ecology and conservation podcast where we try to take you behind the scenes of how ecology and conservation really get done.


Field Surveys Podcast Archive

# Ep. 1-1: Sagebrush, Songbirds, and More with Dr. Anna Chalfoun

Dr. Anna Chalfoun is an Assistant Professor in the University of Wyoming's Zoology and Physiology Department and the Assistant Unit Leader for Wildlife at the Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. We sat down to talk about her career path, sagebrush songbirds, and what makes for good applied ecology research. Pikas, a lone wolf, and a hapless cow also make appearances in our conversation.

AAEAAQAAAAAAAAgjAAAAJDZhNjQ0ZDhlLTg2Y2QtNDdjZC1iMWM3LWY4MTc2ODI4N2RjZQ.jpgProduced by Jesse Alston, a wildlife research technician at the Wyoming Natural Diversity Database and a graduate student in the University of Wyoming's Zoology and Physiology program.

Music by Scott Gratton and Blue Dot Sessions.

This program is co-hosted by the Biodiversity Institute with permission. Original podcasts can be found on the Field Surveys Soundcloud Page.


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