Seeing the Saw-Whet

University of Arkansas researchers and volunteers have wrapped up their latest field season focused on northern saw-whet owls at the Ozark Natural Science Center in Madison County. They captured and ...

Saw What? The Saw-whets Are Back

The northern saw-whet owls are back. For the second consecutive fall, Mitchell Pruitt, an Honors College student, and Kimberly Smith, Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences, have captured and...

Climate Changes We Respond

Looking back on the record heat of 2012, Research Frontiers asked a cross-section of University of Arkansas faculty to look forward to the mid-21st century. How is climate change affecting their fiel...

Why do birds flock together?

Kimberly Smith, professor of biological sciences in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, replies: Vertebrates commonly form aggregations: fish form schools, mammals form herds, and ...