Erin Blythe

Erin is conducting Honours research during the final year of her undergraduate degree in natural resource sciences.  For her thesis, Erin will be taking a close look at nearly 10 years of data on the small mammal community sharing the landscape with our Osoyoos snake study population.   The Great Basin Pocket Mouse (pictured) and the Deer Mouse are the main ‘players’ in this sytem.  In addition to live trapping and habitat work, she will be comparing annual variation in small mammal abundance with the changes we see in the body condition of rattlesnakes

Erin currently is President of the TRU Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society.  She can be reached at erinelizabeth1992[at]