PhD student, Fish & Wildlife Biology
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I am currently collaborating with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game studying predator/prey dynamics in northern Idaho. I received my M.S. from the Colegio de Postgraduados in San Luis Potosí, Mexico in Innovation in Natural Resource Management. In a dry-tropical region of the Huasteca Potosina, I analyzed land use changes over the past thirty years and compared these findings with the movements of two collared jaguars and cattle ranching practices surrounding a small national protected area. I am passionate about wild mammals and working with the public.
MS in Innovation in Natural Resource Management 2018, El Colegio de Postgraduados, Campus San Luis Potosí
BS in Fisheries and Wildlife Science 2015, Oregon State University
BA in Liberal Arts, Concentration in Studio Arts 2013, Bard College