Our Team, Our Mission
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Meet Our Team
Dr. Douglas W. Wacker is an Associate Professor of Animal Behavior at the University of Washington Bothell. He first started working with birds at the Alaska Bird Observatory, while an undergraduate in Biological Sciences at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He completed his PhD in Neurobiology and Behavior at the University of Washington in 2007, where he studied the seasonal regulation of aggressive behavior in song sparrows.
Wyatt Olson is a senior Interactive Media Design student in the UW Bothell School of IAS and the designer of the LFPCBP webpage. Working on this project has allowed Wyatt to connect his interest in wildlife conservation and design. He plans to continue working in environmental conservation in hopes of designing for good. Outside of his professional and academic life he is an avid scuba diver and home cook.View Wyatt's Portfolio
Meet Our Past Team Members
Kira Lemke grew up in the Puget Sound area and is a senior in Biological Sciences at the University of Washington Bothell. She’s planning a career in comparative neuroscience, and joined this project to learn about animal behavior and how to design and execute experiments. Her favorite bird in our surveys is the Steller's jay, due to its beautiful coloring and distinctive calls. Kira also designed our project logo!
Alex Moseley graduated with a BS in Biological Sciences from the University of Washington Bothell. Working in this project allowed him to connect his interest in neuroscience and animal behavior with wildlife biology, though he originally joined to expand his understanding of biological field research. He plans to continue working in environmental conservation in hopes of mitigating negative anthropogenic impacts.