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    Calla Hagle

    Graduate Student - O'Connell Lab

    I received my B.S. in Wildlife Resources from the University of Idaho in 2010. Since then I have worked for the Forest Service studying numerous species including bald eagle, Goshawk, White-headed woodpecker, Flammulated owls, and rattlesnakes. I have trapped sage-grouse and collected hair samples (for DNA analysis) from carnivores including bear and wolves. Before working in wildlife research, I worked as a wildland firefighter. Besides having some exciting times fighting wildfires, I worked on a variety of fire management projects that were directed toward forest and habitat restoration and soil and water protection.  For my thesis project, I am studying the seasonal habitat use of elk populations in north central Idaho.

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    Department of Biology
    258 Science Building
    Cheney, WA 99004

    phone: 509.359.2339

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