As a biological field station, Huyck Preserve is home to dozens of researchers each year while the conduct field research in a variety of topics. We always encourage scientists to update us on their work so we can share it - and you may have seen a few articles across the internet lately that include research done here.
If you missed his Thursday night lecture, Alexander Buyantuev will be conducting some drone surveys of the Preserve as part of ongoing research studying the effects of climate change on phenology. You can read U Albany's press release here: http://www.albany.edu/news/61864.php?WT.eml=nc
If you're a listener of NPR, you might have caught a piece with Dr. Laurel Symes discussing her research on tree cricket communications, as part of a arlger piece about communication in the insect world. If you missed it, you can - and listen! - to the discussion here: http://www.npr.org/2015/08/27/432934935/good-vibrations-key-to-insect-communication