Forest and wildlife ecology associate professor Anna Pidgeon, an expert on avian ecology and landscape ecology, was recently selected to receive a Vilas Faculty Mid-Career Investigator Award. The award provides $100,000 in flexible research funds over two academic years.
Pidgeon’s areas of expertise include bird-habitat relationships, human impacts on wildlife, Wisconsin terrestrial vertebrates, and conservation biology and planning.
Pidgeon is also co-leader of campus’ Spatial Analysis for Conservation and Sustainability (SILVIS) Lab, which engages in research projects on ecology, conservation and natural resource management.This entry was posted in Awards and honors and tagged forest and wildlife ecology by shibtester. Bookmark the permalink.