BRI news stories have appeared in many regional, national, and international news outlets. These stories help promote awareness of our work, but also promote the general issues of conservation biology and the need to continue research in wildlife health and its implications to human health.
BRI's researchers are available to talk to journalists and provide expert information on both their work and the broader topics of their expertise.
For more information, visit our page on Resources for Journalists.
Prepare to be stunned.
A new art exhibition at the Portland Public Library features life-size and realistically rendered paintings in full color of two dozen of the world’s endangered animals, depicted by New England’s top wildlife artists. The detail in some of the paintings brings the creatures into close view, offering direct insight into what these animals really look like and, perhaps, even a window into their soul.
The show is called “A Critical Balance: Artists Take Action” and is presented by the Biodiversity Research Institute. It is being exhibited in the Lewis Gallery at the library in tandem with another exhibition at the library, “Conserve the Call,” which relates to a loon symposium.
© 2020 Biodiversity Research Institute is a 501(c)3 non-profit