Catherine Hannan is a Senior Wildlife Assistance Biologist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission celebrating her ninth year with the agency. Her work seeks to minimize adverse impacts of wildlife on human populations by promoting wildlife awareness and education to make coexistence with native species possible. Hailing originally from North Carolina, Catherine is a graduate of Western Carolina University and holds Bachelor's degrees in anthropology and biology and is currently pursuing a Master's degree at the University of Florida in Interdisciplinary Ecology.

Courses Through December 2022

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CourseID Course Title
WIL104 Florida Fish and Wildlife - Collected Recordings