The College of William and Mary
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- Animal Behavior
- Biological Science
- Reintroduced species
- Wildlife Biology
Avian Conservation Ecology
My professional experience over the past 12 years is primarily comprised of work with upland passerines and conservation outreach.
I’ve studied temperate and neotropical migrants throughout the United States, Canada, and Central America. I also have several years of experience in TES monitoring, management, and recovery.
At the Center for Conservation Biology, I am a Project Coordinator who handles logistics and technical support for several projects including marsh bird inventories, bald eagle monitoring and banding, red-cockaded woodpecker management, and running our long-term MAPS stations in MD and VA.