Professor Dan Blumstein Awarded the Animal Behavior Society’s 2021 Richard Buchholz Conservation Behavior Award

The Animal Behavior Society Conservation Committee established the Richard Buchholz Conservation Behavior Award in 2020. The award recognizes ABS members for their outstanding contributions to the integrative field of Conservation Behavior. The award was named to honor Richard Buchholz for his foundational and continuing work in integrating the fields of animal behavior and conservation biology. One recipient is selected annually and presented with a plaque at the ABS Awards Ceremony.

UCLA EEB's own, Professor Dan Blumstein, receives only the second allocation of this award.

For more information about the award, please visit the Animal Behavior Society webpage .