Carl Safina's writing has made its way to Jeopardy!
Safina Center Fellow Hob Osterlund has just finished a new documentary called "Kalama's Journey," which chronicles the young life of a Laysan albatross named Kalama. She was adopted as an egg by two female parents, hatched and fledged successfully! Watch here. Photo: Hob Osterlund
Safina Center Ben Mirin, with amphibian expert Jonathan Kolby and photographer and filmmaker Katie Garrett worked together to record a sound that is potentially new to science in the cloud forest of Honduras. Learn more about their discovery in this video-story in bioGraphic. Photo: Katie Garrett
Congratulations to Dr. Carl Safina, a 2018 Indianapolis Prize Finalist! Pictured here with the other finalists at the 2018 Indianapolis Prize Gala. Photo: AJ Mast/Indianapolis Prize via Invision/AP Images
Fresh off the press, Carl Safina's latest journal article, "Where Are Zoos Going—or Are They Gone?" appears in the Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science. Read it here.
Carl Safina's TED Talk, "What Are Animals Thinking and Feeling?" has hit more than 2 million views! Have you watched it?