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Sarah Turner joined Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute in March 2015 as a student technician and became a graduate research assistant in August 2015. She is currently a research assistant focusing on ecological monitoring of military lands. Her duties include conducting baseline biological surveys, ensuring compliance with environmental policies and developing natural resource management plans.
Sarah received a Bachelor of Science in wildlife and fisheries sciences from Texas A&M University, and will receive a Master of Science in wildlife and fisheries sciences from Texas A&M University in August 2017. Her master’s research focused on identifying factors influencing avian distribution in the shortgrass prairie of New Mexico.
Sarah was raised in Lufkin, Texas, where her affinity for the outdoors developed at a young age. During her free time, Sarah can be found hunting, fishing, motorcycling or simply enjoying the great outdoors.