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Amber Anderson, M.S.
Amber Anderson is a versatile biologist who specializes in field surveys, wildlife monitoring, and habitat assessments. Ms. Anderson has over eight years of experience conducting biological research in both field and laboratory settings. She has worked with numerous northern California species, including California tiger salamander, California red-legged frog, San Francisco dusky-footed woodrat, San Francisco garter snake, Alameda whipsnake, western pond turtle, vernal pool branchiopods, nesting birds, burrowing owl, Swainson’s hawk, white-tailed kite, and pallid manzanita. Ms. Anderson has had several hours of California tiger salamander and California red-legged frog training that has resulted in the handling of over 30 larvae and 3 juvenile California tiger salamanders. Additionally, she has handled 4 larvae and 3 adult California red-legged frogs.
Amber’s primary experience at Sequoia is working alongside crews in the field to identify and avoid sensitive species and their habitats. She also provides worker environmental training, pre-construction species clearance surveys, and compliance monitoring.