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How Conservationists Are Using AI And Big Data To Aid Wildlife link
Sigma Xi American Scientist Magazine: McGovern Award Coverage link
NVIDIA: I am AI Docuseries, Episode 6: Running Wild for Nature Conservation - Wildbook link
Wild science: The nature of the Mpala Research Centre link
Bringing people together as scientists to save a zebra species. Frontpage of the Princeton University Webpage (link is external)
Ravens learn best from their affiliates link
The Kids Twiga Tally: creating young conservation scientists in Kenya  link
Kenya's envied species currently facing extinction link
It takes all stripes to save rare zebras link
Hundreds turn up for Grevy's Zebra rally link
Kenya zebra census uses stripes as natural barcode link
If not for camouflage, why do zebras have stripes? link
Chitchat and small talk could serve an evolutionary need to bond with others link
Understanding animal coexistence with a little dung and a lot of DNA link
15 Animal Behavior Professors to know. link
Op-ed: Wild horse contraception not without unintended consequences link
KWS Sharing And Storage Tourists zebra and giraffe link
Cropping Africa's wet savannas would bring high environmental costs link
What Makes A Zebra's Stripes Extraordinary? link
Why do zebras have stripes? Temperature counts link
Why do zebras have stripes? link
Zebra stripes could serve many purposes, study finds link
Interview with Dan Rubenstein on the Colin McEnroe Show on WNPR, Connecticut Public Radio.  link
Hawk Mountain Research featured in PLoS ONE, 2014. link
News at Princeton, September 2013 link
"Realignments: A Zebra Story” examines the differences in appearance and behavior of the two zebra species in Kenya, providing insight into the endangerment of the Grevy's zebras and their uncertain future.  link
"Nature's Nurturers" reveals the work of the Northern Kenya Conservation Clubs, focusing on the primary and secondary schools of Laikipia.  link
National Research Council. 2013. Using science to improve the BLM Wild Horse and Burro Program: link
News at Princeton, February 20, 2012 link
Towerview article, Duke University, February 2012 link is external
NPR, Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! April 2011 link
Wired UK, April 2011 link
PBS World Focus, October 2009 - link
PBS World Focus, October 2009 - link
CNN, April 24, 2008:  link
Science News, December 1, 2007: link
Princeton Weekly Bulletin, April 2007: link
Princeton Weekly Bulletin, November 2002: link
NSF Special Report link
Report by Linda Reifschneider for the American Zoological Association featuring my presentation at the AAAS 2006 Annual meeting: link

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