Analysis of Avian North American Migratory Flyway Use to Enable Effective Conservation of Species in Greatest Conservation Need
Kaely is a participant in the 2019, Geo-Launchpad Internship hosted by UNAVCO in Boulder, Colorado. She is a former student of Front Range Community College and will be transferring to Colorado State University Fall 2019 to earn a degree in Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation with a concentration in Wildlife Biology. She aspires to use her education and training to work as a wildlife researcher for state and private institutions. Kaely participated in the project titled, ‘Analysis of State Avian Species of Greatest Conservation Need within North American Flyways’, and learned to use data management tools and technology to analyze data on avian species in the region.