Olivia Utley is a Ph.D. candidate who is interested in predator-prey interactions, antipredator and foraging behavior, and conservation and ecosystem services. She received her B.S. in Biology from the University of Kentucky. She is currently working on several projects including a review paper and fieldwork. Her review focuses on raptor foraging ecology in agriculture and the potential ecosystem services. She is also studying the impacts of American Kestrels on antipredator responses and foraging of passerines in Michigan cherry orchards. In her free time she enjoys training educational raptors at a local wildlife rehabilitation center and falconry.