US Forest Service Research & Development
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  • US Forest Service Research & Development
  • 1400 Independence Ave., SW
  • Washington, D.C. 20250-0003
  • 800-832-1355
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Teryl G. Grubb

Research Wildlife Biologist
2500 South Pine Knoll Drive
United States

Phone: 928-556-2155
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Current Research

Two-year cooperative research (NFS, Clemson University, U.S. Army CERL) into potential effects of heli-skiing on golden eagles in the Wasatch Mountains, Utah. Effects of off-highway vehicle and other recreational noise on Mexican spotted owls and other raptors. Long-term study of population dynamics/habitat requirements of bald eagles wintering in northern Arizona. Long-term cooperative research (Clemson University, Michigan State University, Voyageurs National Park, and R-9 National Forests) into using bald eagles as a bio-indicator of Great Lakes ecosystem health. A scientific evaluation of whether current heli-skiing buffer zones and variances are effective for protecting golden eagle habitat, while documenting long-term backcountry recreational trends to assess the overall context of potential heli-skiing impacts. Critical habitat protection, improved management, and better understanding of wintering bald eagle ecology. A better understanding of potential impacts and management considerations for recreational and related noise generating activity on forest-dwelling spotted owls, nesting golden eagles, and other wildlife.


  • Colorado State University, , 1968
  • University of Washington, , 1976

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Last updated on : 05/08/2015