Carl Anderson, M.S.
Phone: (207) 839-7600 /Fax: (207) 839-7655
Carl received a B.S. in Integrated Natural Resources in 1998 and an M.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology/Applied Avian Ecology in 2004 from the University of Vermont. His experience includes coordinating the Vermont field operations of a multi-state mortality study of American Woodcock; working on behavioral and telemetry studies of Double Crested Cormorants and Painted Buntings; running a MAPS banding station in Northwestern Vermont; and surveying a potential Vermont wind power site to develop an avian species inventory. Carl has also worked as a GIS technician, and did his master's research on the effects of patch pattern and composition on the abundance of forest birds in a Northern Vermont landscape. He has volunteered for over 10 years as a point counter on Vermont Center for Ecostudies Forest Bird Monitoring Program. He is currently a Field Coordinator for BRI in the Gulf Region.
- The effects of landscape scale disturbances on avian health and demographics
- Bird response to large-scale, long-term changes in environment/habitat
- The maintenance/restoration of biological integrity in degraded habitats