הצטרפ.ה ב:אוק' 05, 2011 פעילות אחרונה: מרץ 27, 2023 iNaturalist

California boy, part-time wildlife scientist, camera trapper and amateur botanist that has the great pleasure to work on a variety of projects across CA on both public and private lands, and with an amazing set of scientists and nature geeks.

Current projects:

  • Assessment of the status and genomic diversity in the Santa Cruz kangaroo rat (Dipodomys venustus venustus) in conjunction with UC Davis, UCSC and Cal Poly SLO
  • Wildlife monitoring for San Mateo County Parks
  • American badger & burrowing owl habitat study for the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

  • Research and field verification with local botanists to create a list of the Locally Rare plants of the Santa Cruz Mountains for the Santa Clara Valley Chapter of CNPS
  • Wildlife and botanical surveys on private ranches in the Tehachapi Mountains and Mono County

Recent publications:

Camera traps provide insights into American pika site occupancy, behavior, thermal relations, and associated wildlife diversity
Constance I. Millar and Kenneth T. Hickman (2021)
Western North American Naturalist: Vol. 81 : No. 2, Article 1.

Camera trap photographs from American pika haypiles in California
Kenneth T. Hickman and Constance I. Millar, (2020)
Forest Service Research Data Archive, Fort Collins, CO

New records for Douglas's squirrel (Tamiasciurus douglasii) in two mountain ranges of the Great Basin
Constance I. Miller and Kenneth T. Hickman (2019)
Western North American Naturalist: Vol. 79 : No. 1 , Article 10.

Noteworthy Collection: Sanicula saxatilis E. Greene (Apiaceae). - Santa Clara Co., Santa Cruz Mts., Mt. Umunhum
Ken Hickman and John Rawlings (2018)
Madroño Vol. 65 : No. 3, pp.103–104.

Plant Survey of Mount Umunhum and Sierra Azul Ridge, MROSD

Plant Survey of Scarper Ridge, POST

Plant Survey of Caltrans Hwy92 Fountain Thistle Seep

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