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More is not always better: Too much high-quality habitat can cause as much trouble as too little

Providing too much food for wildlife—whether as a management tool for a species in decline or a desire to attract birds for backyard viewing—can promote the spread of disease and may end up reducing the very populations the food is intended to help.

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Odum School MS student Jonah Driggers receives Udall Scholarship

Jonah Driggers, a University of Georgia Honors student who is pursuing a master’s degree in conservation ecology and sustainable development from the Odum School as well as a bachelor’s degree in geography from the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, has been named a 2016 Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation Scholar.

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NATURAL HISTORY LECTURE: Sex in the Garden
Robert Wyatt, Adjunct Professor of Biology, UGA
Jun. 30, 2016