All nature

body of water surrounded by trees at night

May 18, 2020

UIC study examines impact of Chicago River reversal on region’s aquatic environments, fauna

Graduate students have quantified over a century of changes

January 12, 2016

Trees on an urban campus: UIC plants seeds for future

Tree inventory creates plan for campus greenery worth $9M and growing


October 21, 2015

Social-network analysis reveals animal bonding behaviors

Dynamics of shifting allegiances shed light on herd behavior

October 13, 2015

Monarch butterflies a lesson in sustainability, social justice

Students raise, then release, butterflies for migration

A monarch butterfly released from the UIC Heritage Garden

October 8, 2015

Monarch butterflies a metaphor for UIC Heritage Garden

Student interns help restore beautiful, declining species

Nava Berman Greenblatt

October 6, 2015

Caring for primates at Brookfield Zoo ‘a dream career’

Observing animal behavior the fun part of zoo keeper’s job

Bob & Cheryl, peregrine falcons

July 14, 2015

UIC falcon enthusiasts swoop in to rescue fledgling

Young peregrine needs help after leaving nest atop University Hall

June 16, 2015

Falcon chicks meet their namesakes at banding

Newest UIC peregrines named for retired university president, wife

May 19, 2015

Falcons return to hatch two chicks in nest on UH ledge

Peregrine parents probably regulars Nitz and Mouse

Emily Minor

April 21, 2015

Make your backyard a home for the birds

Private yards important to diversity of native species, researchers say

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