Wednesday, Jan 06, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Emma Weaver is an undergraduate senior studying Wildlife Conservation at Virginia Tech. She has experience as a Grassland Bird Field Technician in North Dakota where she studied the impacts of patch-burn grazing on grassland bird nesting sites. Since being at Virginia Tech, she has been a resident advisor, a teaching assistant in the course Wildlife Field Biology, studied Evolution in the Anthropocene, where she was able to visit the Galápagos Islands and observe mist-netting of Darwin’s finches, and has received experience with research methods and handling small mammals and birds. After graduating, Weaver hopes to gain more experience with research and environmental education.
This meeting will be virtual and Zoom login details will be posted to our Facebook page and sent out via email.