We're back from our summer break!
Joining us today is Dr. Andy Davis from the University of Georgia.
In this episode we unpack the controversial question of how well are our monarch butterfly populations really doing?
To quote Dr. Andy Davis "I have many research interests, although I consider myself an animal ecologist, with a strong emphasis on all things physiological. My work straddles the disciplines of physiology, disease ecology, parasitology, hematology, and natural history. The majority of this work involves studying how animals' physiologies respond to their environments, and most of my previous and current projects address issues related to this subject. " Additionally [his] work is not limited to any one taxon, but spans the disciplines of ornithology, entomology and herpetology."
We cannot thank Dr. Andy enough for sharing his time and knowledge!
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