Lee Bryant

Lee Bryant

Fort Collins, CO

The Institute for Bird Populations, NPS Sierra Nevada Inventory & Monitoring Network, Arkansas State University, Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont and National Park

M.S., Biology


Published on Jul 25, 2020

Exciting news you want to read!!!

Quick update--CHAPTER ONE OF MY THESIS IS PUBLISHED! After two rounds of edits (the first of which was pretty rough), my manuscript "An invasive insect, hemlock woolly adelgid, indirectly impacts L...

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Published on Apr 16, 2020

Better late than never...

Wow, it has been a quick minute since I've added a new note...oops. In all this coronavirus craziness, I figured some good news was in order. It's a little late in announcing this but...I'm publish...

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Published on Jun 14, 2018

The perfect bookend

One of my favorite parts of graduate school was presenting my research at 12 different ornithological society conferences. From Washington, DC to Iguazu Falls, Argentina, to Tucson, AZ, eastern hem...

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Published on Mar 14, 2018

3 years in the making

Well guys, I did it. On March 12, 2018, I presented a public seminar and successfully defended my master's thesis! While the diploma won't come till May, I have officially 'passed' and am now a Mas...

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Published on Feb 22, 2016

Team LOWA expands

Thanks to my amazing backers, I was able to hire a field assistant for the upcoming season--April Williamson, a Smokies area local from North Carolina! Here's a little blurb from April about her in...

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Thank you Sig :) I'm pretty excited. Hope you and Karen are doing well, and much appreciation for your alls continued support <3
Thank you Kathy and David :) I am actually moving to Flagstaff, AZ at the end of this month! My partner in crime Jared was accepted into a graduate program at Northern Arizona University and will be starting data collection this July. I'm applying/interviewing for jobs and hopefully something tu...more
Thank you Kathy! The grants were much needed pick-me-ups at the start of a very stressful season.