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Wildlife Atlanta Post

Check out a nice little write-up on our new Wildlife Atlanta Project. To date, we have deployed 3 GPS units, with hopefully 12 more to go, on coyotes around Atlanta. See the link for more information on the study! bit.ly/WildlifeAtlanta

Wildlife Atlanta Project Up and Running!

Our Wildlife Atlanta Project has started the new year off with a bang as PhD student Summer Fink successfully collared her first Atlanta Coyote! This blonde female weighed in at 17 kg, putting her on the very large size. Over the next 1.5 years, this GPS collar will monitor her daily movements to help us understand how coyotes move through the urban landscape. If things go as planned, this will just be the start as we hope to collar up to 15 coyotes this winter. For more information, check out our WildlifeAtlanta.org website and stay tuned for more information!

Ben Is Warnell Graduation Speaker

Ben Carr finished his undergrad at Warnell in style. He was voted by his fellow classmates as the student speaker during the Fall 2021 Convocation Ceremony and he did not disappoint… “I know it sounds cliche, but Warnell is truly a family,” said Carr. “It’s been an honor and a privilege to do life with everyone day in and day out. From late night study sessions in the lab to debates in the lounge to the truly unforgettable road trips, it’s hard to recount all the wonderful memories we’ve made. I would not be the person I am today without my time here with all of you – and for that I am forever grateful.”

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