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February 10, 2019

Reid is now working at Cramer Fish Sciences!  See https://www.fishsciences.net/ for more information. 

May 5, 2018

Sage Environmental Research is seeking qualified candidates to join our team in Moscow, ID. We are hiring a Project Manager and up to 6 Stream Restoration Specialists to assist with implementing stream restoration projects in Idaho and Washington.

The project manager wi...

April 5, 2018

Washington State University students Bethany Tegt and Jenna Chapman both worked with me last summer studying the behavior of American Pikas at Craters of the Moon and the Pioneer Mountains and are completing Honors Theses on components of the project. Bethany focused o...

March 3, 2018

Sage Environmental Research has adopted a segment of Paradise Creek through the Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute stewardship program!  We are now the proud stewards of the "Flycatcher" segment, which runs from Sixth Street to the West Park School Pedestrian B...

January 17, 2018

Check out this summary of my research on pygmy rabbits published in Science Trends

January 9, 2018

I will be attending the Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society's annual meeting in Idaho Falls March 6 - 8, 2018. I will be presenting research on America pikas at Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve that I have been working on with Dr. Lisa Shipley at Wa...

January 5, 2018

As a post-doc at Washington State University, I am currently working with Dr. Dan Thornton and Dr. Lisa Shipley on a project to estimate densities of ungulates in forested landscapes. Changes in forest management over the last century, such as fuels reductions through...

January 5, 2018

Check out this video made by the Palouse Conservation District about the power of partnerships in conservation efforts in Washington, featuring an appearance by Reid Camp!

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