I am lucky enough to have TWO positions at the University of Arizona that keep me outside (most of the time) where I can explore and study landscapes and the wildlife inhabiting them. I am a Wildlife Biologist for the Mt. Graham red squirrel monitoring program (since 2005) and a PhD student (since 2009) in Wildlife Conservation and Management in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment.
I have been fortunate enough to study mammals, insects, birds, and even a bit of hydrology and water quality issues. My work and research has taken me to some amazing places like the Rocky Mountain Biological Lab in Colorado, central & northern Idaho, Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Texas, Parque Nacional Sierra de San Pedro Martir in Baja California Norte, Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida, Tahuayo River Amazon Research Center in the Peruvian Amazon.