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Animal Behavior Society
Animal Behavior Society

Working towards a better understanding of animal behavior

Animal Behavior & Conservation

The Animal Behavior Society's Conservation Committee was formed to assist society members who want to apply their professional skills to solve conservation problems. Animal behaviorists approach the study of behavior from at least four different angles (mechanisms, development, adaptive function, evolutionary history), each of which may provide insight to managing effectively a species or population.

ABS Conservation Committee

Name Email Affiliation Year Role
Rachel Y. Chock San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research 2020 Chair
Debbie Boege-Tobin University of Alaska 2021 Committee
Elizabeth Peterson Colorado State University-Pueblo 2021 Committee
Gabriel Francescoli Universidad e la República, Uruguay 2021 Committee
Alison Injaian  Cornell University 2022 Committee
Bree Putman California State University, San Bernardino 2022 Committee
Brett Seymour  Washington University in St. Louis 2022 Committee
Bridgette Farnworth University of Waikato 2023 Committee
Chase LaDue  George Mason University 2023 Committee
Julie Young USDA National Wildlife Research Center 2023 Committee