Hello, my name is Terra Fuller, a Humboldt State (HSU) Alumnus with my B.S. in Natural Resources in Watershed Management (2000) and a M.S. in Wildlife Management (2008). After receiving my B.S. degree, I spent most of my time doing stream surveys in Tahoe National Forest and high mountain lake surveys in the central Sierras and Trinity Alps; I still canít believe I got paid! From this experience, I wanted to learn more about amphibians and was able to get a position at Redwood Science Laboratory in the herpetology lab. This led to my thesis work: floating the Trinity River documenting amphibians and reptiles and yes again, I got paid! After graduate school, I went to work for the Department of Fish and Wildlife (2007-2013) where I reviewed Timber Harvest Plans, Streambed Alteration Permits, water rights, coastal development permits and did wildlife consultations. I now work for California State Parks Mendocino focusing on restoration projects. I am involved in our citizen monitoring projects for nesting cormorants and black oystercatchers and have enjoyed over the years learning more about birds, which is still a work in progress. I am also a Western Section Wildlife Society member and involved with the Amphibian Population Task Force, annually attending conferences. In my spare time: I like to garden, hike, bird watch, and play volleyball.