Chloe is from the small town of Erie, Michigan. She earned her bachelor's degree in Biology: Conservation of Natural Resources from Central Michigan University in 2018. She is currently a graduate student with the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research institute where she is determining the most reliable survey methodology to estimate Rio Grande wild turkey populations. She is also creating Habitat Suitability Models to determine optimal winter habitat for wild turkey in South Texas. Chloe's project is co-supervised by Dr. Humberto Perotto and Dr. Bill Kuvlesky.
Chloe Bates, Master of Science