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Todd Lab Herpetolgy and Wildlife Conservation

 

Catherine holding a desert iguana

About Catherine


Catherine completed two degrees at UC Davis, including a major in Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology with a wildlife biology emphasis. She joined the Todd lab in fall 2010 to assist with a project examining the reproductive biology and demography of introduced Nerodia fasciata. Catherine also analyzed differences in head morphometrics between size classes and sexes in this species. Catherine is interested in snake behavior, conservation, and population dynamics. She has recently begun a Master's Program at Chico State.