I am an ecologist currently completing my PhD at Trent University in the Bowman Lab where I study the social structure and behaviour of the eastern wild turkey. Prior to this I studied biocontrol of invasive species at the University of Toronto in the Master of Forest Conservation (MFC) program.
My research interests include avian ecology, nesting behaviour, insect ecology, and human-animal conflict mitigation, although I'm nerdy about anything and everything to do with conservation biology. I hope to apply my skills and knowledge to promote the conservation and preservation of earth's amazing biodiversity, particularly undervalued and underappreciated species.
Learn more about my most recent brain-child at www.wildturkeycount.wordpress.com.
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