We are interested in the response of mammal populations and communities to human disturbance, particularly as it relates to developing effective conservation strategies. We work in diverse ecosystems and employ a variety of techniques, from traditional ones like live capture, radiotelemetry and observation to more advanced ones involving molecular markers, stable isotopes and mathematical modeling to answer questions relating to mammalian ecology and conservation

Standing from left to right: Jon Pauli, Kimberly Thompson, Kristina Black, Megan Fitzpatrick, Evan Wilson, Mauriel Curras, Mario Garces, Julian Padro, Brad Smith, and Tiffany Bougie  Kneeling from left to right: Phil Manlick, Eli Midthoun, Malena Candino, and Marie Martin. Not pictured: Paula Perrig and Aleana Savage