Lunch With A Scientist: Beth Fitzpatrick on Greater Sage Grouse behavior
- April 28, 2021 -

Beth Fitzpatrick is a wildlife ecologist with an interest on population ecology. Growing up, a love of the outdoors and nature was instilled in her which led her to pursue a career in ecology. She is interested in species-habitat/landscape relationships in areas of development. She is currently finishing up her PhD research at the University of Wyoming in the Program in Ecology that investigates the influence of energy development on landscape connectivity and distribution of Greater Sage-Grouse for prioritizing efforts of restoration in Northern Wyoming.

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