Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Florida
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Florida Staff Member


Ke Zhang

PhD student Ke Zhang holds a tricolored heron captured in Mobile Bay, Alabama

PhD
Email: kezhang1122@ufl.edu

Research Interest

My doctoral study will focus on movement and habitat use by colonial waterbirds in coastal Alabama. My research interest is to apply genetic method and spatial analysis in answering ecological questions.

Presentations Presentation Date
Zhang, K., C. K. Gulick, and A. N. Powell. 2021.a Waterbird Society Annual Meeting (Virtual). November 2021
Gulick, C. K., K. Zhang, and A. N. Powell. 2021. Post-breeding season movements of wading birds are linked to use of anthropogenic resources. Waterbird Society Annual Meeting (Virtual) November 2021