New Mexico Staff Member
Ms. Joanna Ennis
is a fourth-generation native of the panhandle of Florida where she grew up
with a passion for the woods and water. From an early age Joanna is grateful to
have worked with various taxa across the country and southern Africa including
manatee, red-cockaded woodpecker, northern bobwhite quail, lesser prairie
chicken, turkey, bats, fish, small mammals, whitetail, mule deer, black bear,
bighorn sheep, bobcat, mountain lion, elk, moose, mountain goat, and various
She earned her BS in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation from the University of Florida as a university-wide top scholar. Joanna’s developed research interests are migration, nutrition, disease, predator-prey interactions, cause-specific mortality, harvest management, behavior, and response to anthropogenic disturbance.
Joanna’s goals as a wildlife professional are to produce ecologically grounded research that could be useful to agency and academic wildlife professionals in their management decisions. Outside of research Joanna enjoys hunting, fishing, horseback riding, backpacking, shed hunting, and training her bird dog puppy.
|Identification and characterization of habitat conditions of mule deer, elk and pronghorn migration routes and stopover locations in northern New Mexico||June 2023|
|Ennis, J.R, J.W. Cain III, N. Tatman, O. Duvuvuei, and A. Opatz. 2021. Elk, mule deer, and pronghorn migration in a high-elevation monsoonal landscape. 54th Joint Annual Meeting of the Arizona/New Mexico Chapters of The Wildlife Society, Virtual Online.||February 2021|