Natasha oversees data collection and management, largely from remote cameras, to satisfy research goals supporting caribou recovery. Natasha also works closely with industry, government, and First Nations on research design and activities. Natasha master’s research, completed with Dr. Erin Bayne and Dr. Cynthia Paszkowski at the University of Alberta, used autonomous recording units to better understand the impacts of industrial footprint and activity on vocalizing amphibians in northeastern Alberta. Natasha continues to work in bioacoustic research for another branch of the ABMI, the Bioacoustic Unit. Her role with the Bioacoustic Unit complements her work with the Wildlife Science Centre, allowing her to crosswalk research activities and use her background with different remote sensors to design projects that best answer ecological questions.