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Amanda Bryant

Biologist and Sea Turtle Coordinator

Wildlife Habitat

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Wildlife Habitat

Background Information

Employment History

Coordinator of the Sea Turtle Program

SCCF

Wildlife Habitat Management Intern

SCCF

Intern and A Snowy Plover Technician

SCCF

Education

Philadelphia University

Web References (39 Total References)


Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Staff members

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Amanda Bryant , Biologist & Sea Turtle Coordinator

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Amanda Bryant Biologist & Sea Turtle Coordinator abryant@sccf.org
Amanda grew up ina small town in Indiana before attending Philadelphia University where shereceived a B.S. in Environmental & Conservation Biology. After graduating,she spent a few yearsworking on wildlife research projects around the country. Her interests and work have focused mainlyonthreatened, endangered, and at-risk wildlife populations. She's worked predominately with smallmammalsincluding black-tailed prairie dogs, black-footed ferrets, and swiftfox. She also worked seasonally as anintern and asnowy plover technician at SCCF. Currently, she coordinates the seaturtle program, as well as assistingwith other wildlife research and monitoringprojects.


"We had a rocking year," said ...

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"We had a rocking year," said Amanda Bryant, coordinator of the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation sea turtle program.

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Haverfield, Bryant and Maura Kraus, a Collier County senior environmental specialist, said high tides washed over several nests this season, but some of those nests succeeded in hatching.
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"It was a good call," Bryant said.


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Amanda Bryant Wildlife Habitat Management Intern abryant@sccf.org

Originally from Coatesville, Indiana, Amanda Bryant graduated from Philadelphia University in May 2005 with a bachelor's of science in Environmental & Conservation Biology.After graduation she went to Montana for an internship with the Bureau of Land Management.During her time there, she worked on a field study with black-tailed prairie dogs and helped monitor the endangered black-footed ferret population.


Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Staff members

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Amanda Bryant , Biologist & Sea Turtle Coordinator

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Amanda Bryant Biologist & Sea Turtle Coordinator abryant@sccf.org
Amanda grew up in a small town in Indiana before attending Philadelphia University where she received a B.S. in Environmental & Conservation Biology. After graduating, she spent a few years working on wildlife research projects around the country. Her interests and work have focused mainly on threatened, endangered, and at-risk wildlife populations. She's worked predominately with small mammals including black-tailed prairie dogs, black-footed ferrets, and swift fox. She also worked seasonally as an intern and a snowy plover technician at SCCF. Currently, she coordinates the sea turtle program, as well as assisting with other wildlife research and monitoring projects.


Leatherback Sea Turtle Nest

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Hatched nests are normally dug after three days but because the nest was in immediate danger of predation, it was dug on the morning of August 3 (a ghost crab was already digging in the nest when Sea Turtle Coordinator Amanda Bryant arrived). When Bryant dug the nest, there were four live hatchlings still inside -- and they were leatherbacks! There were 90 empty eggshells, so 90 leatherbacks presumably made it into the water during the nighttime hatch.

Above left: Amanda Bryant with leatherback hatchling. Center: The nest cavity for a loggerhead is about 18" deep; this nest was 29.5" deep. Right: SCCF Herpetologist Chris Lechowicz with Amanda Bryant and empty eggshells (the live hatchlings are in the covered bucket).

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