Greetings! My name is Rebecca Moore, and I’m the Animal Care Steward at the Hiram College James H. Barrow Biological Field Station. I started in May, 2016. I really enjoy working with both the wonderful staff and college students, and the variety of animals we care for daily. I graduated from BGSU with an undergraduate in Environmental Science in 1994, and have enjoyed a career in wildlife rehabilitation, aviculture, and environmental education over the last 20 years. At the Field Station, we rehabilitate injured and orphaned native Ohio birds, which is my area of interest. Our goal is to always try and release them back into the wild. Besides working at the Field Station, I’m a mom of two young daughters, a volunteer teacher for a homeschooling cooperative, and a college student of continuing education at CSU. I live nearby in Hiram Township, so I’m often running or hiking the Field Station trails on my days off. I greatly enjoy the beauty and nature of the Field Station, and am fortunate to experience it through both my work and recreation.