The RRF is governed by four Officers and a 12-member Board of Directors.Directors, the President, and Vice-President positions are elected by the membership.
College of Veterinary Medicine Western University of Health Sciences Pomona, CA U. D on avian infectious diseases at the Schubot Center, Texas A&M University. In his current position, he instructs graduate courses in wildlife ecology and continues to conduct research on birds of prey, passerines, and game birds in context of changing landscapes and climate.
As a veterinarian, microbiologist, and raptor researcher, his main interests are focused on investigating the role that infectious diseases have on wild raptor populations, the conservation and population ecology of Patagonian birds of prey, and the impact of spent lead ammunition on scavengers. Boal Assistant Unit Leader – Wildlife and Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology USGS Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Department of Natural Resources Management Texas Tech University Lubbock, TX U. Juan Manuel Grande Assistant Research Professor Instituto de Ciencias Ambientales y de La Tierra de La Pampa (INCITAP)-Consejo de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET) Centro para el Estudio y Conservación de las Aves Rapaces de Argentina (CECARA), Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales (FCEy N), Universidad Nacional de La Pampa (UNLPam) Avda.
S., and the state of Florida endangered subspecies of American Kestrel for her Ph. Her primary interests continue to focus on population dynamics, landscape ecology, and movement ecology of raptors as well as other birds, sea turtles, and delta smelt.
She is also a licensed general class falconer and avid outdoors enthusiast who hikes, bikes, and hunts throughout the nearby deserts and mountains.
Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University voice: 704-516-4615 Rob Bierregaard began his life with raptors as a young falconer in 1969 and has been studying them ever since.
His Ph D thesis investigated the importance of competition in structuring raptor communities.
She has been a member of the Raptor Research Foundation since 1996. STRIX Ecological Consulting, Box 1013, Tofield, Alberta, T0B 4J0 Canada Lisa has been involved in raptor research and monitoring for over 20 years.
Lisa completed a technical diploma in biological sciences (NAIT), a Bachelor of Science at the University of Alberta, and a Master’s thesis on the ecology of Barred Owls in the foothills of Alberta.
She studied the ecology and behavior of Lanyu Scops Owl, and the ecology, reproduction, and movement of several diurnal raptors in Taiwan.
She was the President of the Raptor Research Group of Taiwan, has been on the board of the Peregrine Fund, and is currently the president of International Ornithologists’ Union.