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Wyoming Natural Diversity Database

Ian Abernethy, Vertebrate Zoologist

Ian Abernethy

307-766-3035  |  fisher@uwyo.edu

October 2011 to Present: Responsible for managing and conducting field research projects for sensitive animal species across Wyoming. Current projects include monitoring songbirds and bats across Wyoming.

Education:
B.S. Biology and Environment and Natural Resources, University of Wyoming, December 2004.
M.S. Zoology and Physiology, University of Wyoming, May 2011. Thesis: Independent and Interactive Effects of Anthropogenic Disturbance and Habitat on Small Mammals.

Research Interests:
Wildlife ecology, conservation biology, anthropogenic disturbance, wildlife habitat selection.

 

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