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Joined: Sep 12, 2018 Last Active: Jun 11, 2024 iNaturalist

I am a Field Biologist that has worked many seasonal and temporary positions throughout the Western United States. New Mexico is home, where I work on-call or as a contractor for multiple companies/universities/organizations.

Species that I have surveyed and monitored include: Pinyon Jay, Yellow-billed Cuckoo, Mexican Spotted Owl, Northern Goshawk, Western Burrowing Owl, Least Bittern, moose, giant kangaroo rat, Nelson's antelope squirrel, New Mexico meadow jumping mouse, Preble's meadow jumping mouse, Gunnison's prairie dog, Wyoming pocket gopher, Southern California steelhead trout, Lee's pincushion cactus, Clover's cactus, Kuenzler's hedgehog cactus, Scheer's beehive cactus, and Sacramento Mountain thistle, among other species.

2023 Projects

March - May - Pinyon Jay surveys in the Gila/Apache NF
May - June - Breeding bird point counts near Escalante, UT
June - August - New Mexico and Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse surveys in NM and CO
October - November - Kuenzler's hedgehog cactus surveys in Southern NM

2024 Projects

January - March - Lee's pincushion cactus surveys in Southern NM
March - May - Pinyon Jay surveys and monitoring on the McGregor Range and WSMR. Breeding bird point counts at WSMR.

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