Find the news segment on the emergence of Eastern Tent Caterpillars here!
Our lab recently attended the annual meeting of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network & Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. We had a great time attending this conference in Asheville, NC!
Our group was luck enough for the opprotunity to present at this conference in Washington DC in the workshop, ‘LiDAR and Transportation: Field Applications and Practical Implication.’ Check out the session particulars here!
Our lab recently attended the annual meeting of the KY Bat Working Group at Rough River Dam State Resort Park, where Rachael and Shelby gave research presentations!
A big congratulations to Rachael Griffitts, who recently defended her M.S. thesis!
Our lab recently had the privilege to host Ignazio Graziosi’s visit to our department. Dr. Graziosi provided an overview of the ongoing research within the University of Kentucky’s Forest Entomology Lab, and discussed some of his recent outreach efforts at Raven Run Nature Sanctuary in Fayette County, Kentucky!
EKU grad students recently participated in the NPS’s annual ‘bat night’ festivities at Mammoth Cave National Park. Our group helped out with demonstrations related to bat surveys, insect sampling, and helped out with inventorying efforts at the park! Many thanks to Shelby Fulton, Rachael Griffitts, Natalia Maas, and Carson McNamara for helping to make the night a success!!!