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Video: NSF features WSU research on pygmy rabbit, habitat

lisa-shipleyPULLMAN, Wash. – Lisa A. Shipley, professor in the School of the Environment, is featured in a new Science Nation video from the National Science Foundation about sagebrush habitat.

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Pygmy rabbit.

The video considers the southeastern Idaho region from the perspective of a tiny forager – the pygmy rabbit.

Shipley, a wildlife ecologist at Washington State University, collaborates on the research with ecologists Janet Rachlow, University of Idaho, and Jennifer Forbey, Boise State University.

See the video at https://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science
_nation/foragingrabbits.jsp
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