Tag: hare

On closer inspection, it looks like a hare transplant

By Anthony Caravaggi      @thonoir   One of the fundamental questions asked by population ecologists, often preceded by an exasperated “Yes, but…”, is “how many are there?” A great number of subsequent questions and management decisions rely on estimates of population abundance and densities. Some survey methods allow researchers to calculate coarse estimates for […]

The Wonderful World of Lagomorphs

By Katie Leach   @lagomorpha_ As many of you may already know my research is centred on the (extremely cute!) mammalian Order Lagomorpha. Before I blog about my PhD findings to date I wanted to provide an overview of this amazing group of species and why they are so important for us to study. Lagomorphs belong […]