Wildlife Field Manager
The Humane Society of the United States
Grace Kahler is a Wildlife Field Manager for The Humane Society of the United States. She is currently stationed in Kingman, Arizona on a collaboration project with the Bureau of Land Management. The Platero Project is based in the Black Mountain HMA and is investigating the feasibility and logistics of applying Zonastat H to manage free roaming burros in the field. Before working in wildlife fertility control, Grace was an animal caregiver at Cleveland Amory’s Black Beauty Ranch, where she was the Lead Training Specialist for positive reinforcement and behavioral management, as well as, a member of the Capture Team. In her spare time, Grace loves taking her dog Elsa for therapy dog visits to local senior living centers and hospitals in Kingman. She also has an arguably unhealthy obsession with tacos, pizza, cheese fries, reading, and gaming.