Wildlife biologist specializing in functional ecology (including ungulate nutrition) and wildlife landscape design (with an emphasis on bat distributions and community participation).

Experienced wildlife biologist with a demonstrated history of field research, science education and outreach, presenter/public speaker, animal physiology, functional ecology, and lab management.

Master of Science (M.S.) focused in Wildlife Biology and Conservation from University of Alaska Fairbanks. Currently working on a Graduate Certificate in Urban Planning as I expand into urban landscape design and policy for wildlife.

Research taxa include bats, large ungulates, and waterfowl.

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Read ‘Rachel Shively: Life of a Biologist’ featured in Wildlife.Fish Magazine 01.Oct2019


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