I graduated from Denison University with a B.S. in Biology in 2008. My senior research thesis, which led to co-authorship in the Journal of Herpetology, was on the terrestrial habitat preferences of spotted salamanders (A. maculatum). Since then I've been up to some random things: -volunteered for the Student Conservation Association (SCA) in the Smoky Mountains -Worked for the Stilly-Snohomish Fisheries Enhancement Task Force, a small non-profit in western WA, through AmeriCorps -worked as a seasonal Biological Science Technician in Wayne National Forest (Ironton District) -Worked as a Point Count Technician for a study on source/sink dynamics of neotropical migrant songbirds.

Taxonomic groups that I'm most familiar with are birds, amphibians and reptiles, mammals (who isn't?), and plants.

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