Erin Kenison, Andrea, Dan Bachen, and Ross Hinderer - fall 2014Nate Bowersock and Shannon Hilty helping during the annual Mammalogy field trip - fall 2016Andrea and Shannon Hilty - helping to mist net some bats - summer 2016Adam Mitchell, Ross Hinderer, Andrea, Erin Kenison, and Dan Bachen at the Montana TWS meeting 2013Ben Turnock sets a trap for hoary marmots, Anaconda-Pintler Mtns - summer 2015Andrea and Erin Cord Morgan after Erin's thesis defense - summer 2011Litt lab at the Montana TWS meeting 2015 - Adam Starecheski, Ben Turnock. Ross Hinderer, Andrea. and Noah BosworthErin Kenison collecting data on long-toed salamanders - summer 2014Andrea and Shannon Hilty - helping to mist net some bats - summer 2016Andrea helps with a bighorn sheep capture - winter 2015Adam Mitchell, Dan Bachen, Andrea, and Erin Kenison - fall 2012Shannon Hilty tracking bats - summer 2016Erin Kenison in the field - summer 2014Ben Turnock surveys for hoary marmots, Anaconda-Pintler Mtns - summer 2015Mary Levandowski and Andy Ray (NPS) in Grand Teton NP - summer 2016Ecology grad students and faculty have lunch with E. O. Wilson - fall 2014Ross Hinderer and Andrea at the Ladder Ranch, NM - summer 2014Ross Hinderer tracking Chiricahua leopard frogs, NM - summer 2014Adam Mitchell sampling arthropods - summer 2011Dan Bachen collecting vegetation data - fall 2011 Michael Yarnall tracking a turkey in the Black Hills - summer 2016Brian Bielfelt surveys grassland birds - summer 2010Mary Levandowski and Andy Ray (NPS) in Grand Teton NP - summer 2016Dan Bachen measures a rodent - 2012Mark Witecha and his small mammal friend - 2009Andrea and Ben at the annual Ecology Rubber Ducky race - 2015Ross Hinderer recording data on Chiricahua leopard frogs, NM - summer 2014Scott Moore collects data on a rodent - 2012Erin Cord Morgan samples arthropods - Sept 2009Shannon Hilty and Andrea in the field - May 2017Nate Bowersock collects bear hair from a snare site, which will be used to estimate population size - June 2017Shannon Hilty and Wilson Wright track bats via radio telemetry, August 2017.Shannon Hilty and Scott Hollis set up mist nets to catch bats - July 2017James Waxe tracks sage grouse hens - June 2017Megan Heinemann at work on the Missouri RiverThe Litt lab at the Ecology BBQ/awards banquet - Oct 2017 (Back row L-R: Michael Yarnall, Kelli Poole, Megan Heinemann, Mary Levandowski, Nate Bowersock, James Waxe, Wilson Wright, Front row L-R: Katie Banner, Shannon Hilty, and Andrea Litt)The extended Litt lab at the Ecology BBQ/awards banquet - Oct 2017Megan Heinemann receives the Jack Creek Preserve Wildlife Scholarship from Brian Benyo and Dottie Fossel, Oct 2017 (photo by Chris Guy)Shannon Hilty receives the Don C. Quimby Graduate Wildlife Research Scholarship from Kurt Alt, Oct 2017 (photo by Chris Guy)Michael Yarnall receives the Shikar Safari Club Scholarship from Bob Garrott, Oct 2017 (photo by Chris Guy)The diversity of species we study! (courtesy of Nate Bowersock)Andrea and Megan Heinemann before the December 2017 graduation.  Congrats Megan!Some of the gang - Lindsey, Michael, Shannon, Lisa, and NateLitt labbers - past, present, and future - MT TWS meeting 2018, Butte MTMichael Yarnall, Andrea, and Jacob Melhuish with Jacob's poster at the 2018 MT TWS meeting, Butte, MTMegan Heinemann with her poster at the 2018 MT TWS meeting, Butte, MTJacob Mehuish and his poster at the 2018 MT TWS meeting, Butte, MTShannon Hilty and her poster at the 2018 MT TWS meeting, Butte, MTNate Bowersock and Hitomi Okada add a scent lure to a hair snare for bears.Hitomi Okada adds a scent lure to a hair snare for bears.Wilson Wright and Dr. Kathi Irvine having fun before an evening of mist netting for bats.Shannon Hilty in her highly-coordinated field ensemble!Shannon Hilty and Jacob Melhuish setting up a mist net to capture bats.Shannon Hilty and Jacob Melhuish setting up a mist net to capture bats.  Wilson Wright and Dr. Kathi Irvine waiting for the bats to emerge!Jacob Melhuish measuring a captured bat.Jacob Melhuish measuring a captured bat.Shannon Hilty measures a captured bat.Monique Metza and Olivia Bates hiking to set up acoustic detectors to survey for bats.Treats to celebrate Bat Week, courtesy of Sabrina Lind.Nate Bowersock receives the 2018 Jack Creek Preserve Foundation Wildlife Scholarship from Dottie Fossel.Michael Yarnall, Mary Levandowski, and Nate Bowersock at the 2018 Ecology BBQ and Awards Banquet.

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