Sarah Bullard was an aquatic turtle ecology field technician with the Environmental Institute of Houston’s research team. She primarily worked on the alligator snapping turtle baseline study, but also assisted with diamond-backed terrapin surveys and the Texas Clean Rivers Program.
Bullard is from Lubbock, and earned a Bachelor of Science in wildlife biology from Texas State University. As an undergraduate, she was involved with research on turtle diets and the geographic distribution of herpetofauna in Texas. In her free time, she likes to cook, be outside, listen to music, and expand her ecological knowledge of Texas.