Member Spotlight – Autumn Larkins
Education: B.S. Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University
Present Position: Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife Assistant District Wildlife Biologist, Harney District.
Former Positions: Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife Acting Sage-Grouse Conservation Coordinator; Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife Senior Technician on Mule Deer Research Project; Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife Acting Assistant Research Project Leader; Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife Experimental Biologist Aide on Elk/Cougar Nutrition-Predation Project; Utah State University Wildlife Technician on Swift Fox Ecology Project; Michigan State University Wildlife Technician on Moose Population Assessment Project.
TWS Involvement: Member of the Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society since 2003. I have presented at several annual meetings and also moderated for the Carnivore Session during the 2004 annual meeting. I am interested in becoming more involved with the OR TWS chapter.
Interests: My professional interests include protecting and enhancing Oregon’s fish and wildlife and their habitats for use and enjoyment by present and future generations. My personal interests include upland game bird hunting, traditional archery hunting, backpacking, hiking, cross-country skiing and photography.