a bit about me:
I am a graduate student at North Carolina State University in Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology focusing on urban bird ecology. I am a part of the Reconciliation Ecology Lab, Public Science Cluster and a USGS CASC Global Change Fellow. My research interests include understanding problems within the social-ecological system, citizen science, human-wildlife conflict, landscape/use change, climate change, phenology asynchrony, and science policy. My current research analyzes how management practices across ethnic and economic gradients affect health, movement, behavior and distribution of birds within cities.