Lisa Clark, M.S.
I grew up in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, an expanding suburban area, located about thirty minutes southwest of Philadelphia. I attended Villanova University and graduated with a double major in Environmental Studies and Geography. After graduating, I participated in various field technician positions which developed my growing interests in wildlife and conservation, eventually leading to my pursuit of a Master's within the discipline. My research at TTU attempts to gain insight on waterfowl use of man-made stock ponds within the Rolling Plains Ecoregion of Texas, specifically exploring food abundance and waterfowl occupancy during the nonbreeding period.