Sara Zya Levy
Botanist and Wildlife/Range Technician
- Planning, Leading, and Conducting Biological Surveys and
- Environmental Monitoring for Botany, Wildlife, and Range Needs.
- ArcMap, ArcPad
- Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
- Bachelor of Science in Botany, Humboldt State University
- Minor in Fine Arts
Sara’s has excellent taxonomical knowledge of western Unites States flora and is proficient at keying using a variety of reference materials. She has experience surveying for northern spotted owls, flammulated owls, piliated woodpeckers, willow fly catchers, northern goshawks, and Townsend's bats.
Sara has lead several years of range monitoring in the Southwest grasslands and is an expert at Parker 3-step scoring. She is proficient with ArcMap, ArcPad and the operation of state of the art GPS equipment.
Sara's undergraduate experience included one year of international exchange to Massey University in New Zealand, a one semester national exchange program in Puerto Rico, where all courses were instructed in Spanish, and a semester of directed study investigating ethnobotany in Central America.
Sara has worked on projects on the Tahoe, San Bernadino, Los Padres, San Jacinto, Plumas, Shasta-Trinity, Lolo, Sawtooth, Coconino, Cibola, and Prescott National Forests and on the Kiowa Rita-Blanca National grasslands.
Sara has worked for TEAMS since June 2003.