Oiled Wildlife Care Network
Sam has a degree in Wildlife Conservation from the University of Delaware. She began her wildlife career at Tri-State Bird Rescue and Research in Delaware where she held positions as an intern, clinic supervisor, and senior coordinator of the oil program. She then worked on the Big Island as the rehabilitation manager of the Hawaii Wildlife Center and founded the Oahu Seabird Aid Program in 2017 to provide rescue and rehab to shearwater fledglings during their annual fallout season. In 2019 she joined the OWCN as wildlife care specialist. During a response, Sam can be found overseeing animal care at the primary care facility.