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Greetings from Baton Rouge!

As an Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology and a Wildlife Extension Specialist at Louisiana State University's Agricultural Center and School of Renewable Natural Resources, I study how vegetation management, human activity, and infrastructure development influence species' distributions and wildlife population dynamics. My current research collaborations utilize emerging technologies, such as miniaturized light-level geolocators and automated telemetry, to examine migratory connectivity and movements of endangered species. I'm also working to understand how birds and bats use managed forests in Louisiana. During the fall semesters, I teach Wildlife Habitat Management and, throughout the year, I share information about wildlife conservation and management with the public through Extension programming. Thanks for checking out my website and please feel free to get in touch with any questions!

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