New MSc student Tawnee Dupuis has officially started in the Boyce lab as of this month! Tawnee previously did her undergraduate thesis in collaboration with the Boyce lab where she was co-supervised by Mark on a project studying bison movements in Grasslands National Park. She returns to the Boyce lab for her MSc project where she will be studying the movement ecology and habitat use of Black bears in response to the development of a wind energy power plant in Vermont. Her project is funded in part by a grant from the Vermont Fish and Wildlife department. Check back this fall term for more details on Tawnee’s research under her profile.