Jaylin Solberg grew up in Minnesota and received her B.S. in Fisheries & Wildlife Biology at the University of North Dakota in Spring 2020. Since 2017, Jaylin worked on multiple state and federal research projects with multiple species including waterfowl, bats, and multiple large mammals, mainly ungulates. Jaylin started her M.S. in Ecology in Fall 2021 at Utah State University researching how to account for ecological neighborhoods to better understand mule deer abundance on restored habitat in Utah. Her research interests include spatial and landscape ecology, resource selection, and wildlife management. Her long-term goals include becoming a wildlife biologist to manage wildlife and habitat on public lands and to increase human diversity on public lands.