Tabitha A. Graves

Tabitha A. Graves
Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University

In a single day, the grizzly bears I study can encounter roads, oil wells, subdivisions, and humans recreating. I develop innovative statistical models and use cutting-edge technologies to understand how to help wildlife flourish along with humans. I am partnering with managers to identify ways to count bears more efficiently in Alberta and answer questions about bear dispersal around Glacier National Park for my David H. Smith Conservation Research Postdoctoral Fellowship. In my free time, I like to hike in wild places, sing, play mandolin, and West African dance.

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Department of Fish Wildlife & Conservation Biology
Warner College of Natural Resources