M.S. Graduate Student
120 Russell Labs
1630 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706
2014: B.S. (double major) Wildlife Ecology, Life Sciences Communication; UW Madison
I am interested in how habitat features at multiple scales can influence reproductive success of birds, particular as it relates to imperiled or endangered species and habitat management. Currently my research focuses on Kirtland's warbler habitat use in Wisconsin.
My favorite pastime is birdwatching – it’s a great way to get out and enjoy nature, and it is also very enjoyable observing bird behavior and learning the natural history of each bird and their habitats. Any outdoorsy activity is fair game. I also dabble in photography, mainly while birding. When not outside exploring or staring at birds I enjoy reading good books and snuggling with my cats.