Daniel Bird (Santo Domingo (Kewa) Pueblo)

Master's Student

Field of Study

Wildlife Science 

Education

B. S. in Agriculture, Degree in Wildlife Science, December 2014
New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM

Research Focus

Simulation of Disturbance Activities (SODA). Investigating the effects of road traffic disturbance on Mule Deer movement on Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico.

Major Advisor

Dr. Patrick A. Zollner, Forestry and Natural Resources 

Professional Organization Memberships:

American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES), National Member
The Wildlife Society (TWS), National Member
TWS’s Native Student Professional Development Program (NSPDP), Member 

Honors, Grants, Awards and Activities:

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Scholarship, Purdue University
Native Student Professional Development (NSPD) Grant

       

 

 

 

 

 

Daniel Bird (Santo Domingo (Kewa) Pueblo)

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