Media

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Selected Media

KSCO: The Food Chain. Radio show. January 28, 2017.

KSCO: Good Morning Monterey Bay. Radio show. July 7, 2016.

Rogers, Nala. JWM Study: Suburban pumas eat more raccoons, house catsThe Wildlife Society. June 16, 2016.

Smith, Justine A. How humans threaten pumas just by being nearby. The Conversation. February 4, 2016.

Takemura, Alison F. Pumas on the edge of town: how human-puma interaction may change the food web. PLoS Ecology. December 29, 2015.

Goldfarb, Ben. What wildlife scat can tell us about how to protect open space. High Country News. May 6, 2015.

Brunhuber, Kim. Southern California mountain lions' gene pool is running dry. CBC World News. May 31, 2015.

Main, Douglas. Near Cities, Pumas Kill More but Eat Less. Newsweek. February 16, 2015.

KZSC: This Just in from Outdoors. Radio show. January 30, 2015.

Nature Research Highlight: Pumas feel the fear near humans. Nature 517:531. January 29, 2015.

Brookshire, Bethany. Volunteers scoop poop to learn what animals ateEureka! Lab. January 28, 2015.

Human Impacts on Ecosystems. University of Cambridge: The Naked Scientists. Radio podcast. January 27, 2015.

Urban Pumas. BBC: Science in Action. Radio podcast. January 22, 2015.

Morell, Virginia. Cougars living near humans kill more deer. Science. January 20, 2015.

 

In the video below, I discuss how humans install fear in pumas and why it matters for conservation and coexistence.