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

Staff Member


Amber Litterer

Bullfrog tadpole

Research Associate
Email: amberlitterer@vt.edu

Education

  • BS University of New Hampshire 2016

Biography

Broadly, my interests are in the protection and management of rare and endangered species, and the role education and outreach can play in conservation.

Project Completion Date
Post WNS bat ecology in the eastern United States December 2024
Presentations Presentation Date
Moran, M.L., A.S. Litterer, J.L. De La Cruz, and W.M. Ford. 2024. Relative activity of little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus) along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. 34th Colloquium of Conservation of Mammals in the Southeast. Hilton Head, SC. Feb. 16. February 2024
Litterer, A.S., H. Taylor, M.C. True, and W.M. Ford. 2022. With apologies to Marie Antoinette "let them eat cicadas" 2022 Northeast Bat Working Group, Manchester, NH. Jan. 12-14. January 2022
Litterer, A. and W.M. Ford. 2024. <b>A Comparison of Estimates of Foraging Space Use of A Little Brown Bat Maternity Colony Using An Azimuthal Telemetry Model and Traditional Bi-angulation and Triangulation. 34th Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeast. Hilton Head, SC. Feb. 16.</b> February 2024
Blume, C., A. LItterer, and W.M. Ford. 2024. Changes in the nightly activity of northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) due to increased urban light intensity in Rock Creek Park, Washington D.C. 34th Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeast. Hilton Head, SC. Feb. 16. February 2024
<b><b>Litterer, A.S., S.R. Freeze, M.L. Moran, R.E. Green and W.M. Ford. 2023. ACOUSTIC ACTIVITY OF LITTLE BROWN BATS (<i>MYOTIS LUCIFUGUS</i>) WITHIN AND OUTSIDE OF THE ESTIMATED SPACE USE OF A MATERNITY COLONY. </b>2023 Northeast Bat Working Group, Burlington, VT. Jan. 19, 2023</b> January 2023