Director of Conservation Science
Mohonk Preserve, New York
As a La Kretz Center/Natural History Museum postdoc, Elizabeth conducted intensive field surveys to determine butterfly species richness, abundance, and declines in Southern California, with special emphasis on the Santa Monica Mountains and urban Los Angeles.
Elizabeth is now Director of Conservation Science at the 8500 acre Mohonk Reserve in upper state New York. As Director, she oversees a research program that is diverse in taxonomic scope and boasts biological inventories and phenological records dating back to the 1920s.