New Smithsonian Research Publication

Projecting Mammal Distributions in Response to Future Alternative Landscapes in a Rapidly Transitioning Region A new research paper out by colleagues at Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute highlights how future human population growth and changes in land cover might affect mammal distributions in northern Virginia. VWL and eMammal citizen scientists contributed data to this project and we would like to thank […]

New VWL Research Publication

Not All Birds Fly South for the Winter: Effects of grassland management on overwintering bird communities Based on years of data collection, VWL recently published a paper in the Journal of Wildlife Management that provides insight into the benefits of native warm-season grasses for over-wintering bird communities. Read the Publication

2019 Workshop | The Buzz On Bugs: Lecture & Film Screening

Virginia Working Landscapes hosted the free event, “The Buzz on Bugs,” at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute on June 13, 2019. We were proud to host emerging scientist, Dr. Ashley Kennedy (co-creator of the crowd-sourced project “What Do Birds Eat?” and protégé of the renowned authorDoug Tallamy) as she discussed the findings of her work studying bird diets. Afterwards, we screened the […]