Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants asked Imogene to come back to their virtual classrooms once again, this time to talk about the importance of carnivores! Having science experts visit your classroom is easy- learn how to sign up here. To have Imogene speak to your classroom, visit the contact page.
Imogene recently did an online hangout with 125 students in the US and Canada to talk about being a wildlife biologist. Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants brings science, exploration, conservation, and adventure to classrooms across North American with expert guest speakers. Learn more.
Can squirrels get rabies? Should you be feeding wildlife? Imogene talks "squirrelgate" with The Weather Channel.
Many biologists contribute to technical books and field guides, but Imogene's first formal contribution is to the uniquely informative Does It Fart? Many scientists contributed to this "fully authoritative, fully illustrated guide to animal flatulence, covering the habits of 80 animals in more detail than you ever knew you needed." Great for curious people of all ages! Get your copy here.
Articles by Imogene
Why You Should Care About Protecting Federal Lands- Imogene Cancellare, The Outbound.
A Guide to Preventing Bear Attacks- Imogene Cancellare, The Outbound.
Why Feeding Wildlife for the Sake of a Photo is Harmful- Imogene Cancellare, The Outbound.
Response to the Yellowstone Bison Incident From an Actual Wildlife Biologist- Imogene Cancellare, The Outbound.
Cancellare*, I.A., R.T. Kazmaier, J.E. Janecka, and R. Ward. Scale-dependent landscape genetic structure of bobcats in western Texas. In review.
Janecka, J.E., M.E. Tewes, I.A. Davis, L.L. Laack, A. Caso, L.I. Grassman, A.M. Haines, and R.L. Honeycutt. 2016. Comparative impacts of fragmentation on landscape genetics of a habitat generalist and specialist, the bobcat and ocelot. Conservation Genetics 1-16. DOI: 10.1007/s10592-016-0846-1
Davis, I.A. 2015. Landscape genetics of bobcats (Lynx rufus) across western Texas. 2015 Thesis, West Texas A&M University. URL: http://hdl.handle.net/11310/39