Division of Diversity and Civil Rights
Pacific Region & Pacific Southwest Region
 

Pathways

Jodie Delavan

Jodie Delavan has a BA in Biology from the University of Oregon and subsequently completed her Master’s degree in Natural Resource Management from Portland State University. Her graduate work, as part of Pathways, involved research on movement and behavior of adult Washington Ground Squirrels, a candidate species, in the Boardman area of northcentral Oregon. Jodie also worked on a variety of other projects for both the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office and the La Grande Field Office where she’s currently stationed. These projects have included consultation work involving other Federal agency projects affecting bull trout, bald eagles, and Canada lynx; restoration efforts for bull trout; and a candidate conservation agreement with assurances covering Columbia spotted frogs, another candidate species.

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Last updated: January 22, 2013

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