Current Degree: MS
Joined Lab: 2018
BS: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida (2015)
Research Interests: Lorna has worked on projects studying breeding chronology, movement ecology, disease ecology, and population ecology of birds and mammals for non-profits and state wildlife agencies in Florida, Colorado, and South Africa. She has studied human-elephant conflict through Save the Elephants in both Sri Lanka and Kenya. Her MS research focuses on how pollinator diversity and activity are affected by shrub encroachment and large herbivore presence in eSwatini and South Africa.
Background & Other Interests: Lorna enjoys outdoor activities, exploring natural areas in the US and abroad, painting and crafting, beekeeping, and (as a native Floridian) taking day trips to her favorite beaches.