Jenny Howard doing fieldwork on Española Island, Galápagos

Dr. Jenny (Howard) McKee

Welcome! Bienvenido! As a scientist, I am broadly interested in ecology and evolutionary science with a particular focus on movement and foraging ecology. I have considerable experience completing field work on remote islands in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and am passionate about seabirds and the outdoors. I finished my PhD in December 2021. Under an NSF GRFP at Wake Forest University, my PhD research investigated the environmental and individual predictors of foraging behavior in a pelagic seabird, the Nazca booby, in the Galápagos Islands. My work as a scientist extends beyond the field and lab: I’m eager to communicate science to other scientists and non-scientists through writing and teaching. I am excited to start an Editorial Fellowship at Audubon Magazine in January 2022!

Contact me!

E-mail:

JennyLynnMcKee[at]gmail[dot]com

jennifer.mckee[at]audubon[dot]org

Twitter:

@jenny_howard9

Address:

Wake Forest University

Department of Biology

1834 Wake Forest Road

Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Nazca booby holding a feather in its bill