Join BRI and Tall Ships® Maine on a three-day birdwatching tour aboard the Harvey Gamage (pictured left). The cruise will depart from Rockland, Maine on August 24th and return to Rockland on August 26th. While on the cruise we expect to see a variety of coastal and marine birds as well as other wildlife.
Pricing and Registration
Cost for this all-inclusive, three-day cruise is just $595 per adult. Proceeds from the cruise will go to support BRI's wildlife research.
(Left: Iain holds a Black Guillemot on Little Duck Island)
Lucas Savoy earned his B.S. in environmental studies (wildlife biology and management) from Unity College. He joined BRI in 2000 as a wildlife research biologist. Early in his career, he focused primarily on Common Loon contaminant and breeding ecology field studies across North America, while also developing an interest in waterfowl conservation. He is currently the director of the waterfowl program and has focused his research on numerous species of waterfowl. He is also the acting director for BRI's loon program.
(Left: Lucas releases a tagged Common Eider in Casco Bay)
Joining BRI in early 2011 to develop the Institute’s communications program, Deb fully utilizes her skills and expertise as science journalist, editor, desktop publisher, marketing communications specialist, and grammar police. Over the course of her tenure at the wildlife institute, she has written, edited, and produced a wide variety of scientific communications pieces that help elucidate the complex science that ultimately informs those who are charged with the stewardship of our natural environment.
(Left: Deb writing in a cafe in Siena, Italy)
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