Chanice Davies

Chanice Davies
Biological Science Tech - Marking and Tagging

1211 SE Cardinal Ct
Suite 100
Vancouver, WA 98683
United States

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About Chanice Davies

Chanice operates automated mass marking trailers to support mass marking projects, assists with PIT tagging, biosampling, extraction and reading of recovered coded wire tags, and scale reading and aging. Chanice is also a USFWS certified motor boat operator and assists the Passage and Habitat Team with lamprey surveys.

Program: Marking and Tagging

Current Projects:

1. Mass Marking at Columbia River Gorge, Mid-Columbia and Dworshak NFH complex hatcheries

2. Mass Marking and tagging for fall Chinook salmon at Spring Creek and Little White Salmon NFHs

3. Mass Marking and tagging at Leavenworth NFH complex hatcheries

4. PIT tagging for the Smolt Monitoring Project 

5. PIT tagging for the Comparative Survival Study 

6. Mass Marking and tagging for steelhead and spring Chinook at Dworshak NFH

7. Representative PIT tagging at Columbia River Gorge Complex NFHs 

8. Marking and tagging for the Yakama Indian Nation Mid-Columbia Coho reintroduction project 

Past Projects:

1. Lamprey surveys

2. Monitoring Bull Trout on the Pinhead Weir

3. eDNA projects including invasive New Zealand mud snails and Bull Trout spawning grounds in La Grande and John Day

Background: Chanice is a graduate of Oregon State University (Go Beavs), and has previously worked for Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and US FWS at the Soldotna, AK office. 

At CRFWCO since: 2017

From The Library

Clackamas River Bull Trout Reintroduction Project 2017 Annual Report

Over 40 years after the last bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) was documented in the Clackamas River in 1963, a 2007 feasibility study determined the Clackamas River Subbasin to be a promising candidate for bull trout reintroduction. A reintroduction effort began in 2011, with the goal of re-...