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“There are some who can live without wild things and some who cannot.”
Aldo Leopold

 

 

 

 


 

Welcome to the Buehler Lab in

Avian Ecology and

Conservation Science

 

My career in wildlife science has been focused on education, research and outreach. I am passionate about teaching undergraduate and graduate students about all things related to wild birds and about the basics of wildlife management and conservation science. I am also passionate about wildlife science with research focused on understanding avian population dynamics and designing creative solutions to conserve species that are in peril. Check out my research page for more details of ongoing projects. I am also actively engaged in conservation through the activities of The Wildlife Society and various bird conservation groups, such as the Golden-winged Warbler Working Group. Through all of these activties, I am striving to promote the goal of willdife conservation in a world where there are increasing demands on our natural resources and fewer places where wildlife can thrive.