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Mary Cole

Mary Cole is the field crew leader for the research on feral horses and burros.  Mary gained her B.S. in Biology with an emphasis in conservation biology from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.

Prior to working for NREL, Mary conducted research on post-fracking habitat restoration for the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife and studied breeding behavior of bald eagles for the Arizona Game and Fish Department.

Some of the 2017 horse and burro field crew in period dress. Left to right are: Louise Prevot, Brianna Brodowski, Savanna Summers, Macie Smith, and Kelly HoodSome of the 2017 horse and burro field crew in period dress. Left to right are: Louise Prevot, Brianna Brodowski, Savanna Summers, Macie Smith, and Kelly Hood

Summer 2017 Field Technicians

Mallory Sandoval Lambert – Sinbad HMA burro behavior and welfare monitoring
Savanna Summers – Sinbad HMA burro behavior and welfare monitoring
Rachel Webber – Lake Pleasant HMA burro behavior and welfare monitoring
Macie Smith – Conger and Frisco HMA horse behavior and welfare monitoring
Brianna Brodowski – Conger and Frisco HMA horse behavior and welfare monitoring
Kelly Hood – Conger and Frisco HMA horse behavior and welfare monitoring
Louise Prévot – French master’s student intern. Conger and Frisco HMA horse behavior and welfare monitoring

2016 Field Technicians

Katie Cleary – Burro behavior and welfare monitoring
Jennie Hawkins – Horse and burro welfare monitoring