After earning his bachelor’s degree in biology from Eastern Connecticut State University in 2006 Kevin relocated to Maine in 2007 to pursue a master's degree in biology at the University of Southern Maine where he studied the effects of wildfire on spatial organization of pronghorn in Wyoming.
When Kevin joined BRI in 2009, he switched gears and began working primarily as an avian biologist and manager of BRI’s Toxicology Lab. Kevin’s research experience with BRI has included contaminant sampling, surveys, and tracking studies of a broad range of avian taxa as well as invertebrates, mammals, and fish.
Kevin currently serves as BRI’s Wetlands Program Director and Toxicology Lab Supervisor. His current projects include studying migratory connectivity of Eastern Willets breeding in the Gulf of Maine, contaminant sampling of wetland birds, conducting surveys of migrating shorebirds, and marsh bird surveys.
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