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Ashlyn Bahrychuk
Restoration Ecologist
Ms. Bahrychuk has 2 years of experience as a field biologist conducting wildlife surveys and studies as well as habitat assessments and restoration work. She has been involved with a wide array of biological services and tasks in many habitat types and vegetation communities, with extensive field experience in California and a focus on Southern California. Ms. Bahrychuk also has conducted work in Arizona and Indonesia. She also has oceanographic survey experience on the R/V Robert Gordon Sproul. Ms. Bahrychuk’s work has been focused on ecological restoration work through invasive plant removal, the planting of native species, and monitoring for wildlife use and activity. Ms.Bahrychuk has conducted field studies on a variety of Tribal, Private, and Federal/State public lands, including DoD, NPS, USFWS, and BLM. Previous work has included restoration of remaining wetlands in San Diego to improve habitat conditions for endangered Light-footed Ridgway’s Rail (Rallus longirostrus levipes) and Belding’s Savannah Sparrow (Passerculus sandwichensis beldingi). She has also worked in Southern California to enhance habitat for the California Least Tern (Sterna antillarum browni) and the threatened Western Snowy Plover (Charadrius nivosus nivosus). Ms. Bahrychuk has also conducted field surveys for several Federal and state listed threatened, endangered, rare, and sensitive plant species including Brodiaea filifolia, Eryngium pendletonense, Phacelia stellaris, Acmispon prostratus, Nemacaulis denudata var. denudata, Bloomeria clevelandii, Pogogyne abramsii, Brodiaea orcuttii, Ferocactus viridescens, and many more.


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