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McVey, Kathlyn J.

McVey portraitIn 2011, Kathlyn received her M.S. in Raptor Biology from Boise State University, studying trophic ecology of Burrowing Owls in natural and agricultural habitats.

Thesis Abstract

Thesis Research & Resulting Publications

In 2010, Kathlyn was an Americorps member serving as an Environmental Educator at the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge in southwest Idaho.

McVey teachingCurrently, Kathlyn is a Wildlife Refuge Specialist at the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge in Brigham City, Utah. She works with the public through environmental education, interpretation, and citizen science.

In addition, she is working on a biology project which includes a 2-year study of amphibians on the Refuge.

 

Selected articles since Boise State University graduate school:

Island Owls: A successful foray involving sticks and cow dung.

Youth conservation corps for the birds – and frogs