CCL has worked to understand and conserve American black bears in Wisconsin since 2005 with critical contributions from Kirsten Kapp, Zach Voyles, and several collaborators. Visit our students and collaborators pages.
2015. Z. Voyles, A. Treves, D. MacFarland. Spatiotemporal effects of nuisance black bear management actions in Wisconsin. Ursus 26, 11-20.
2010. A. Treves, K. J. Kapp, D. M. MacFarland, American black bear nuisance complaints and hunter take. Ursus 21, 30–42 (2010).
CCL has worked to understand and conserve Andean bears in Ecuador since 2007 with critical contributions from Taylor Jones, M.S., Dr. Catherine Schloegel, and several collaborators. Visit our students and collaborators pages.2011. C. Schloegel, T. Jones, B. Zug, L. Achig, A. Treves. International Bear News May 20(2): 23-25.
CCL has worked to understand and conserve grizzly bears since 2007 with critical contributions from Kerry Martin, and others. Visit our students and collaborators pages.
We are grateful for help and support from the following organizations:
- Dr. David MacFarland & Brad Koele (Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources)
- UW-Madison's Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
- The Derse Foundation
- Berryman Institute East
- Living with Wildlife Foundation
- USDA, Wildlife Services