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Jesse Exum, Master of Science
Estimating White-Tailed Deer Population Sizes Using Drones

Jesse grew up on Long Island, New York and attended the Pennsylvania State University where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biology. After graduating, Jesse worked as a wildlife technician for the U. S. Forest Service, the Nevada Department of Wildlife, and the University of Nevada, Reno. In these positions, she conducted woodpecker surveys, mountain lion captures & kill site surveys, and participated in ongoing research studying lambing habitat and resource selection of desert bighorn sheep through gestation and post-parturition, involving both adult and neonature captures. Jesse began working towards her Master's degree in September 2018 at CKWRI in Rangeland & Wildlife Management where she is using drones to estimate population sizes of white-tailed deer.

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