Dr. Morgan B. Pfeiffer
Title: Research Biologist (postdocoral researcher)
Address: USDA WS National Wildlife Research Center
6100 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, OH 44870 USA
- Ph.D., University of KwaZulu-Natal, Zoology
- B.S., The Pennsylvania State University, Wildlife and Fisheries Science
- Environmental consultant involved with the best management practices for the Cape Vulture and wind energy development in South Africa.
- Field assistant to multiple projects involving crocodiles, reptiles, birds, and mammals in South Africa.
- A global ambassador for The Pennsylvania State University’s study abroad programs.
- Participant in The Pennsylvania State University’s Parks and People Geography study abroad program.
- Landscape perspective of preventing animal-vehicle collisions
- Spatial and predictive modelling
- Remote sensing technology and its implications for wildlife management
- Ecology, management, and conservation of vertebrate scavengers
Dr. Morgan B. Pfeiffer joined the Ohio Field Station of the National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) as a postdoctoral researcher in 2016. She earned her Ph.D. at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa where she investigated the ecology and conservation of an endangered vulture species. The results of her Ph.D. research have been incorporated into multiple management documents to promote the conservation of African vulture species. She is a research associate with the School of Natural Resource Management, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa. Her current research focuses on the effects of landscape on various ecological processes.