Erynn Rebol has 10 years of experience in biological research. Her work has included assisting with, designing, and leading field research and working on habitat restoration projects. She has experience in settings ranging from California to the Arctic to the Amazon with numerous organisms including venomous snakes, small mammals, birds, and plants. Erynn brings a broad biological perspective to the science team at PCI where she assists with natural resource assessment, monitoring, and planning and implementation of habitat restoration projects. She is committed to protecting wildlife, land, and ecological processes so people can responsibly enjoy them for generations to come. On her off days, Erynn enjoys reading, creating, or exploring the outdoors with her rescued greyhound.