New Mexico Staff Member
Krysten received her Bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York at Cobleskill in May of 2011. While at Cobleskill, she became heavily involved with The Wildlife Society, a professional organization dedication to the conservation and management of wildlife resources. After graduation she became involved with the organization’s Student Development Working Group and was selected for this year’s Leadership Institute. She has studied avian ecology across the country ranging from the Costal Mountains of Oregon, the Missouri Ozarks, and the shores of New York. Currently, she is studying the habitat use and survival of scaled quail in response to a large scale shrub reduction program and their response to climate change in southwestern New Mexico.
|Measuring scaled quail demography and seasonal habitat use in response to a shrub reduction treatment in southwestern New Mexico and effect of climate on nest and brood success||December 2016|
|Krysten M. Zummo and Scott A. Carleton. 2015. Effects of habitat restoration and climate change on scaled quail in south central New Mexico. New Mexico Ornithological Society Annual Meeting. Roswell, NM.||April 2015|
|Krysten M. Zummo and Scott A. Carleton. 2015. Effects of habitat restoration and climate change on scaled quail in south central New Mexico. Arizona/New Mexico TWS Joint Annual Meeting. Las Cruces, NM.||February 2015|
|K Zummo and SA Carleton. 2016. Effects of Climate on Scaled Quail Reproduction and Survival. Annual Meeting, Society for Range Ecology and Management. Corpus Christi, Texas||February 2016|
|Effects of Climate on Scaled Quail Reproduction and Survival Krysten Zummo, New Mexico State University, New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Las Cruces, NM 88003 Scott A. Carleton, U. S. Geological Survey, New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Las Cruces, NM 88003 The Wildlife Society 2014||October 2014|