Lisa Zoromski

Behavior and movement ecology of nilgai antelope

Lisa Zoromski is working towards a M.S. in Range and Wildlife Science at the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute at Texas A&M University – Kingsville. Lisa earned her B.S. in Wildlife Ecology – Research & Management from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point in May 2017. She grew up in Appleton, WI.

Lisa’s research focuses on the social behavior and movement ecology of nilgai antelope with implications for cattle fever tick eradication. Specifically, she studies how nilgai use communal latrines and fence crossings. This involves analyzing camera trap photos and DNA analysis. She is interested in applied research reducing on human-wildlife conflicts and making wildlife management more efficient.