Dana Green has always had a passion for animals, but wanted to go a different direction other than veterinary medicine. After working closely with a big cat sanctuary as the Intern Director, she decided to focus on active research while earning her bachelors degree in Wildlife Biology. While earning her B.S., she actively researched behavioral ecology of salamanders, armadillos, and endangered bats. Dana is now working toward her Master of Science in Biology degree in Flagstaff, AZ. There she is focusing on predator-prey dynamics with a focus on how the prey base affects top predators. Her interests include: habitat ecology, habitat selection, predator-prey relationships, and behavioral ecology. She is currently working in collaboration with her husband, Eric Green, on various projects. Together they have two publications in preparation. Hobbies include: reading fantasy, hiking and backpacking, and painting.