Bats, Bats and more Bats

Nichole Bjornlie has been working in conservation and management of nongame and sensitive mammals since 2006.  An Iowa native, Nichole received her BS in Animal Ecology from Iowa State University in 2006 and her MS in Natural Resources from the University of Arizona in 2009 studying the ecology and space use of the endemic Arizona gray squirrel.  Since joining the Wyoming Game and Fish Department in 2010, she has worked with species ranging from prairie dogs, pygmy rabbits, and Preble’s meadow jumping mice to swift fox, black-footed ferrets, and bats.  In March of 2015, Nichole started as the Nongame Mammal Biologist and is in charge of overseeing nongame mammal management and research for the State of Wyoming.

Nichole Bjornlie

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