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  • CCB in Southeast Asia: Gibbons, bioacoustics, and durian, oh my!

    Nothing is more incredible than the sunrise in the Bornean jungle. My main study species — the Bornean gibbon — calls in the early morning hours, with the males often…

  • Sharing Expertise for a Greater Impact

    The Center for Conservation Bioacoustics (CCB) recently taught a Sound Analysis Workshop in Colombia in partnership with Hector Rivera and his colleagues at the Universidad de Antioquia. The goal of…

  • Making waves with sound in Borneo

    This summer, I traveled to the far-away island of Borneo to practice and promote the use of sound for studying and solving some of Indonesia’s biggest conservation challenges. Since 2018,…

  • Listening to the Woods

    One of the advantages of working at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology is being able to walk outside of the office and into the woods where one can spend a…

  • A View from the Wheel House – Changing Tide

    This is not a scientific paper with theories, graphs, peer-reviews, and conclusions. This is a set of observations that some of my colleagues and I have experienced in recent past….