Former Debinski lab member continues work in Grand Teton National Park

May 28, 2015
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After recent graduate Kimberly Szcodronski received her Master of Science in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology in December 2014, she worked for the Yellowstone Wolf Project tracking and observing the newly formed Prospect Peak Wolf Pack in Yellowstone National Park, WY.  Szcodronsk is currently working for Wyoming Game and Fish as a nongame wildlife technician, conducting Long-billed Curlew, Burrowing Owl, Upland Sandpiper, and various secretive marsh bird surveys across the state of Wyoming.  Starting in July, she is excited to be returning to the location of her masters' research on butterflies and climate change in Grand Teton National Park, WY to start a bear management position with Grand Teton National Park.

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