Posts by Chad Seewagen

Meet our New Research Scientist

Great Hollow is pleased to introduce our new post-doctoral research fellow, Dr. Sarah Deckel. Sarah recently completed her Ph.D. in Environmental Conservation...

Call for Artists for the 2024 Art Show

Calling all painters and photographers who love nature and would like to participate in the seventh annual Great Hollow Photographers...

Helping Stop Bird Collisions with City Buildings

Window collisions are the third-greatest human-related source of bird mortality on earth, behind only habitat loss and predation by domestic...

New Paper on the Importance of Berries to Migrating Songbirds

As the summer breeding season ends and fall approaches, migratory songbirds switch from eating mostly insects to eating mostly berries....

Accepting Applications for Post-doc Fellowship

  Great Hollow is pleased to announce a two-year fellowship to support a post-doctoral scientist in residence at our preserve...

New Publication on Light Pollution’s Impacts to Bats

Light pollution, also known as “artificial light at night” (ALAN), is a rapidly growing threat to nocturnal wildlife around the...

New Publication on Japanese Barberry and its Effects on Birds

Since 2016, Great Hollow has been studying the impacts of the invasive shrub, Japanese barberry, on habitat quality for forest...

Virginia Tech Bat Researchers Visit Great Hollow

Great Hollow was pleased to host renowned bat biologist, W. Mark Ford, and graduate students from his lab at the...

Great Hollow Research Presented at American Ornithological Society Conference

Last week, Great Hollow’s executive director Chad Seewagen had the privilege of representing Great Hollow at the joint conference of...

Meet our Newest Team Member

We’re excited to introduce our new steward and naturalist, Ben Lee, who will be Great Hollow’s lead on land management,...

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