Chloe Nouzille, Doctoral Candidate

Movement and Foraging Ecology of Mountain Lions in South Texas
Serving Since

Chloe (she/her) received her B.S. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of California, Irvine. Over the course of her undergraduate career, she worked as a veterinary technician and a laboratory assistant in Irvine, and as a research assistant at Mabula Game Reserve in South Africa. Following graduation, Chloe interned with the National Park Service, studying mountain lions in the fragmented landscape of Los Angeles. Her M.S. at the University of California, Los Angeles, focused on mammal recovery and recolonization following one of California’s megafires. Now as Boone and Crockett Research Fellow, Chloe's doctoral research explores mountain lion movement and foraging ecology in South Texas in the context of the Texas/Mexico border.