About Us

Welcome to Animal Behavior Archive – a website where curiosity meets compassion in the world of animals. Our journey began with a simple yet profound love for all creatures, great and small. Here, we share that love with you, inviting you to explore the wonders and complexities of the animal kingdom through our eyes.

Why We’re Here

Our mission at Animal Behavior Archive is to enlighten and inspire. We delve into the diverse realms of animal life, from the smallest insects to the largest mammals, uncovering the marvels of nature. Our content ranges from intriguing animal facts to comprehensive explorations of animal behavior and habitats, all crafted to ignite curiosity and deepen your understanding of these fascinating beings.

Whether you’re a dedicated wildlife enthusiast, a pet lover, or simply intrigued by the natural world, Animal Behavior Archive offers a window into the lives of animals. Join us as we journey through the untold stories of nature, celebrating the beauty and complexity of our planet’s incredible inhabitants.

Meet Our Team

In our commitment to delivering exceptional content, Animal Behavior Archive has curated a team of diverse animal lovers, each offering unique insights and expertise. Complementing this, we’ve also recruited a group of dedicated writing experts, all united by their deep passion for animals. This synergy of animal enthusiasts and seasoned writers enables us to provide enriched, well-crafted content, tailored to meet the highest standards at Animal Behavior Archive.

Animal Behavior Archive Animal Experts

Our animal experts will thoroughly review all the content to ensure it meets the highest standards of accuracy and provides valuable, reliable information for our audience.

Linda Carignan

Linda Carignan

Linda Carignan studied Wildlife Biology at the University of California, Davis. She loves spending her free time outdoors, especially birdwatching or helping out at animal rescue centers. Linda enjoys taking pictures of animals and nature, and she often shares these photos with friends and online to spread her love for wildlife. On weekends, you can usually find her guiding walks in nature, where she teaches people about the local animals and plants. At home, Linda is accompanied by her affectionate cat, a fluffy Maine Coon named Waffle, who often features in her cozy indoor photos.

Declan Gibson

Declan Gibson

Born and raised in the countryside of the UK, Declan Gibson grew up surrounded by nature's wonders. From a young age, Declan was fascinated by the local wildlife, spending his days exploring forests and observing animals like foxes, badgers, and a variety of birds. His love for nature guided him to study Zoology at the University of Cambridge. Declan has a rich history of caring for animals too; he grew up with dogs, and his family often took in injured wildlife, nurturing them back to health. Today, Declan is the proud companion to two rescue dogs, Ranger and Pablo, and continues to be an advocate for wildlife conservation through his work and personal life.

Peter Hayes

Peter Hayes

Peter Hayes finds his greatest joy in the serenity of nature. A dedicated animal enthusiast, he spends much of his free time wandering through various wildlife sanctuaries and reserves, immersing himself in the world of animals. Peter enjoys sketching wildlife, often seen with a notebook in hand, capturing the intricate details of animals he encounters. His weekends are typically spent on long nature trails, where he fosters his deep appreciation for the animal kingdom. Peter's passion for animals continues at home with his two loyal dogs, Jax and Zeus, and a mischievous cat named Cleo.

Audrey Gerber

Audrey Gerber

Audrey Gerber channels her passion for the animal world through diverse and global interests. An avid reader and collector of wildlife and nature documentaries, she constantly broadens her knowledge and understanding of animals worldwide. Additionally, Audrey is a keen participant in online forums and discussion groups focused on global wildlife conservation, where she shares her insights and learns from others. Her educational background in Animal Behavior from the University of Queensland enriches these discussions, reflecting her deep commitment to understanding animal life across various ecosystems.

Animal Behavior Archive Writing Experts

Our writing experts will ensure that the content is accessible to a diverse audience, tailoring the language and presentation to meet the needs of various readers. They will also provide guidance on grammar, structure, and style, making sure that the text is not only clear and engaging, but also adheres to the highest standards of written communication.

Jeremy Weis

Jeremy Weis

Jeremy is an esteemed writing expert, holding a Master's degree in Creative Writing from the University of Michigan. With a career spanning over 15 years, he has excelled in teaching both technical and creative writing. His hobbies include jazz music and mountain biking. He is also the loving owner of a rabbit.

Amelie Waters

Amelie Waters

Hailing from a small town in the UK, Amelie Waters is a passionate writer with a degree in English Literature from the University of Leeds. Known for her engaging and clear writing style, Amelie has a knack for breaking down complex topics into easily understandable content. Her experience includes working with various online platforms, where she honed her skills in adapting content for diverse audiences. When not writing, Amelie enjoys cooking and experimenting with new recipes. She shares her home with a playful Beagle named Snoops.

Isabel Potts

Isabel Potts

Isabel is a distinguished UK-based writing specialist with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Manchester. Her 12-year career has focused on editing and freelance journalism, making her an expert in concise and impactful writing. Isabel prides herself on helping emerging writers develop a clear and persuasive style. Outside of writing, she is an avid runner and a photography enthusiast.

Wendy Hill

Wendy Hill

Wendy holds a Ph.D. in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University. With 10 years of experience in academic publishing, she has also taught advanced writing skills at various universities. Known for her engaging workshops, Wendy focuses on helping writers develop a strong narrative voice. She is passionate about practicing mindfulness and enjoys playing basketball.

Our Content Creation Policy

This policy outlines the standards and practices for creating and disseminating content. It applies to all forms of content including articles, blogs, videos, and social media posts.

1. Purpose of the Policy

The purpose of this policy is to ensure that all content produced aligns with our mission and values, maintains high standards of accuracy and integrity, and positively contributes to the understanding and appreciation of wildlife and ecology.

This policy applies to all content generated under our brand, including written, visual, and multimedia formats.

2. Core Values and Principles

Accuracy and Fact-Checking

All content must be thoroughly researched and fact-checked to ensure accuracy. Sources should be credible and verifiable.

Respect for Wildlife and Ecology

Content should promote understanding and respect for wildlife and natural habitats, highlighting the importance of ecological balance.

Promotion of Conservation and Animal Welfare

Our content should always advocate for the conservation of species and habitats, and promote ethical treatment of all animals.

3. Content Guidelines

Topics Covered

Content will focus on animal behavior, species profiles, habitat information, and related topics.

Tone and Style

The tone should be educational yet engaging, designed to captivate and inform. It must always be respectful towards wildlife and natural habitats.

Use of Language

Language should be simple, clear, and accessible, catering to a diverse audience with varying levels of understanding about wildlife and ecology.

Visual Content

All images and videos must be ethically sourced. Visual content depicting animals should reflect their natural behaviors and habitats.

4. Ethical Considerations

Portraying Animals in Their Natural Context

Content must portray animals in a way that is true to their natural behaviors and environments, without human imposition.

Avoiding Anthropomorphism or Sensationalism

We must avoid attributing human characteristics to animals or sensationalizing them in a way that misrepresents their true nature.

Respecting Indigenous and Local Communities

Content should respect the knowledge, rights, and contributions of indigenous and local communities in wildlife conservation.

5. Content Review and Quality Control

Content will be regularly reviewed and updated to ensure it remains accurate, relevant, and reflective of the latest scientific understanding and ethical standards.

We reaffirm our commitment to producing ethical, informative, and engaging content related to animals and ecology. This policy serves as a guideline to uphold the integrity and quality of our work, ensuring that we contribute positively to the understanding and conservation of wildlife.