Kelly Crandall

Kelly Crandall

Graduate Research Assistant

Southern Illinois University

Forestry Program

Kelly is a master’s student looking at how urbanization, invasive predators, and disease dynamics are affecting mesopredator populations on Key Largo, FL. Her project utilizes GPS collars and spatial analyses to study the impacts of these variables on raccoon and opossum ecology. When not looking at GPS points, you can find Kelly birding in the woods, watching movies with friends, cross country skiing, or salsa dancing

Interests
  • Carnivore Ecology
  • Movement Ecology
Education
  • BSc in Animal Science, 2018

    Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA