Sue King is a Wildlife Biologist who graduated with a B.S. in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology from North Carolina State University in 2010. She went on to earn her M.S. in Biology from Eastern Kentucky University in 2012 with a thesis focused on the nesting biology of Four-toed Salamanders in natural and constructed wetlands in Eastern Kentucky. She also earned an M.S. from the University of Tulsa and is currently taking graduate courses in GIS (Geographic Information Systems) at North Carolina State University. Sue has been studying the nesting behavior of raptors since 2014 and she is currently recruiting volunteers to help with this work. If you are interested in contributing to this research you can find more information on the Egalitarian Science page.
Sue has had a varied past working with wildlife and animals. For 10 years she worked as a Veterinary Technician, and she spent two years with the Carnivore Preservation Trust (now Carolina Tiger Sanctuary). Her medical background includes work as a Surgical Technician and as an Athletic Trainer. At one point Sue had three cats, three dogs, an iguana, and several geckos, anoles, and frogs; but now she shares a home with a cat, a dog, and a frog. When she is watching and chatting about raptors she uses the handle e5thg, so if you see her online feel free to say hello. If you are interested in contacting her, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If you have questions about what you are seeing on cam, please feel free to joint the chat and ask away! We have many chatters there who can answer your questions. If you prefer not to join the live chat you are welcome to email (email@example.com) your questions to Sue and she will try to respond in a timely fashion.