Raptor Biologist. I grew up in Florence, Oregon on the Oregon coast, graduated from Willamette University with a B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics. I have since lived in Idaho for 25 years. I worked at Hewlett-Packard for 21 years before quitting to pursue a new direction in Biology. I graduated with a BS in Biology with an emphasis in Ecology from Boise State University in May 2010 and graduated with an MS in Raptor Biology and a graduate certificate in Geographical Information Analysis in May 2013. I now work at the Idaho Bird Observatory.
Effects of Prey Abundance on Breeding Season Diet of Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) Within an Unusual Prey Landscape (with Jay D. Carlisle and Marc J. Bechard), Journal of Raptor Research (2014)
A critical element of diet analysis is species adaptability to alternative prey sources. The breeding...
Predicting nesting habitat of Northern Goshawks in mixed aspen-lodgepole pine forests in a high-elevation shrub-steppe dominated landscape. (with Jay D. Carlisle, Marc J. Bechard, and Dena Santini), Open Journal of Ecology (2013)
We developed a habitat suitability model for predicting nest locations of breeding Northern Goshawks (Accipiter...
Melanistic Adult Male Northern Harrier Wintering in Idaho (with Neil Paprocki and Elizabeth H. Urban), Western Birds (2013)
Field observation of a Northern Harrier with rare aberrant plumage.
Effects of Regional Cold Fronts and Localized Weather Phenomena on Autumn Migration of Raptors and Landbirds in Southwest Idaho (with Jay D. Carlisle and Gregory S. Kaltenecker), The Condor (2011)
Weather has a significant effect on avian migration, but whether the influence is similar across...