I am a Wildlife Biologist with 15+ years of experience, a passionate science communicator, and featured scientist on the Science Channel’s highly rated show, What on Earth. Not your typical scientist, I like to show that you can be serious about science, but don’t have to “look like a scientist.”

I study the behavior and distribution of mammals in human-modified landscapes through the eMammal citizen science camera-trapping program. I have created 10 lesson plans with teachers to implement eMammal into K-12 classrooms for students to learn science through the contribution of data to real scientific research. I runs eMammal programs in 50+ schools in four countries around the world including Mexico, India, Kenya, and the United States. For more information, check out my research page, visit my google scholar page, and download my CV.

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Check out Stephanie talk about camera traps below:

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