Our Department in Action
Green Sturgeon from the Eel River; Wiyot Tribe Collaboration with EEB's Flecker Lab (photo provided by L. Zarri 2019).
A Crab spider (Thomisidae) eating Aphis ascelpiadis.
BIOEE students examining samples collected during a class field trip (photo by Cornell University Photography 2018).
Florida Scrub Jay (Aphelocoma coerulescens); Florida Field Course at Archbold Marine Station (photo by Y. Ha Suh 2019).
EEB undergraduate student with a snake collected during a Hellbender survey (photo by J. Reuter 2016).
EEB grad student looking for sturgeon in the Eel River, California (provided by Liam Zarri 2019)
Three EEB students in the field collecting small fish with a dip net (photo by J. Reuter 2016).
The Gopher Tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus), a keystone species within the Florida scrub ecosystem. Photo by K. Zamudio, taken during EEB's Florida Field Course.
Steve Ellner at ResPonds (photo by N. Hairston, 2017)
Nelson Hairston with lab manager Lindsay Schaffner on Cayuga Lake (photo by L. Schaffner, 2015)
Sea fans gently sway in a healthy bed of coral (photo by Allison Tracy)
EEB grad student banding a Black-capped Chickadee and applying a PIT tag (photo by D. Chang van Oordt, 2019)