Bryce received his M.S. in Raptor Biology from Boise State in May of 2016. He studied the importance of Gyrfalcon nest initiation date related to prey use during the nestling period on the Seward Peninsula in western Alaska.
Bryce is currently a wildlife biologist working for Migratory Bird Management at the United States Fish and Wildlife Service in Anchorage, Alaska. His position includes field work on a number of different bird projects across the state.