WGFD biologist out to help mule deer habitat

 

Courtesy photo from Katie Cheesbrough

Katie Cheesbrough is the new terrestrial habitat biologist for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Her efforts will help with the Platte Valley Habitat Partnership (PVHP) Mule Deer Initiative.

To help with the Platte Valley Habitat Partnership (PVHP) Mule Deer Initiative, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently assigned Katie Cheesbrough as its new terrestrial habitat biologist.

Cheesbrough grew up in Laramie, and has been recreating in the mountains and rivers of the Upper North Platte Valley for most of her life. She began her new position with WGFD Jan. 2, had previously worked in Douglas as a wildlife biologist for the U.S. Forest Service.

Cheesbrough obtained a master's degree in zoology and physiology from University of Wyoming, and a bachelor's in biology and enviro...



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