1:30 - 2:20 p.m.
College of Natural Resources Room 10
Kim Sager-Fradkin is the wildlife program manager for the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe in Port Angeles, Washington. She holds a B.S. in wildlife biology from Humboldt State University and an M.S. in wildlife resources from the University of Idaho. Prior to working for the Tribe, Kim worked for the National Park Service and U.S. Geological Survey. Kim’s work has two primary tracks: the first to explore wildlife response to removal of the Elwha dams, and the second to contribute to tribal subsistence harvest activities by monitoring elk and deer populations across the north Olympic Peninsula. Her most current research focuses on mountain lion genetics, dispersal patterns and diet.