Dr. Karen Oberhauser

Professor, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology

Karen often feels like she's got the best job in the world, to be able to work every day with such an amazing group of students and staff. She's been studying monarchs since 1985, and devotes most of her time now to trying preserve habitat for monarchs and other critters. She is a Professor in the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology; is a co-chair of the Monarch Joint Venture; teaches the undergraduate Conservation Biology at the U of M; and is excited that the Monarch Lab is now involved in bee, dragonfly, and Karner Blue Butterfly research.

oberh001@umn.edu

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