Ms. Litwinenko has a strong background in natural sciences and ecology. She has various field experience working with wildlife, conducting habitat assessments, and leading volunteers. She led wildlife surveys with endangered and threatened species in New York including bog turtles, wood turtles, and timber rattlesnakes. Ms. Litwinenko has utilized radiotelemetry to track and monitor patterns of protected wildlife. She is trained in properly handling various types of reptiles, amphibians, and small mammals; she captured, measured, and recorded important characteristics of various species. Mrs. Litwinenko is also highly proficient in data entry, analysis, and report writing. She has over 4 years collecting GPS data and developing GIS maps; ranging from potential species core habitat to cadastral data.
Ms. Litwinenko received her B.S. from Paul Smith’s College. She graduated in May of 2016 with a degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences, with a concentration in Wildlife. Ms. Litwinenko is currently leading field projects as a Restoration Ecologist and is utilizing her background to restore various types of habitats within California.