Behavioral Ecology in Human-Altered Environments, Raptor Biology. Major Professor: Josh Hull
Raptor ecology and their interactions with humans. Currently working with agricultural producers and barn owls found on their properties to help increase positive interactions between the two. Major Professor: Josh Hull
I am interested in avian influenza virus and wildlife ecology. My research focuses on a method of detection for avian influenza in wetlands and the spread of the virus from it's host into the environment. Major Professor: Maurice Pitesky
I am interested in wildlife ecology and management, particularly as it relates to the human-wildlife interface. I am currently studying the impacts of changing agricultural practices on food availability for wintering waterfowl in the Central Valley. Major Professor: John Eadie
I am principally interested in waterfowl ecology and conservation, with a particular focus on diving ducks (Aythyini). Major Professor: John Eadie
My research examines the interplay between avian influenza viruses and the commercial poultry environment to gain a better understanding of the persistence of avian influenza.
Characterizing the gut microbiome of Anna’s hummingbirds. Major Professor: Lisa Tell