Study designed in La Kretz Center workshop included in Conservation Biology’s top papers list

UCLA research on the role of behavioral ecology in improving wildlife conservation and management was cited as one of the most popular papers in a top science journal. “A systematic survey of the integration of animal behavior into conservation,” co-authored by Dan Blumstein, a member of the IoES, was named one of the top five most accessed papers in 2016 in Conservation Biology. The study was designed in a workshop that took place at the UCLA La Kretz Center for California Conservation Science field station in the Santa Monica Mountains.