Idaho Staff Member
A native of New York State, I received my B.S. in Animal Behavior from Bucknell University and my M.S. in Raptor Biology from Boise State University. My dissertation research is focused on the movement ecology of raptors.
|Research Publications||Publication Date|
|Paprocki, N., and T. Pope. 2019. Black Rosy-Finch: Utah breeding range update and survey recommendations. Western Birds 50:37–41. | Abstract||2019-01-31|
|Paprocki, N., J. Kidd, T. Booms, J. Watson, A. Franke, S. Thomas, B. Bedrosian, J. Smith, C. Dillingham, and C. J. Conway. 2019. Differential migration in Rough-legged Hawks (Buteo lagopus). Raptor Research Foundation, Ft. Collins, CO. 7 Nov 2019.||2019-11-07|
|Paprocki, N., C. J. Conway, and J. Kidd. 2020. Idaho’s importance to migrating and wintering rough-legged hawks based on GPS tracking data. Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society. Moscow, ID. 11 March 2020.||2020-03-11|
|Paprocki, N., C. J. Conway, and J. Kidd. 2020. Rough-legged Hawk identification, differential migration, and Idaho’s importance to this understudied species. Audubon Society, Boise chapter. Boise, ID. Webinar. 14 April 2020.||2020-04-14|