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  • Washington, D.C. 20250-0003
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Teryl G. Grubb

Emeritus Scientist, Wildlife Research
2500 South Pine Knoll
Flagstaff
Arizona
United States
86001-6381

Phone: 928-556-2155
Fax: 928-556-2130
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Current Research

Retired January 2015 after 38 years with the WTE Program in Arizona. Presently continuing several long term, bald and golden eagle research collaborations and scientific writing as a volunteer Emeritus Scientist with RMRS. Working with Virginia Dept. of Game & Inland Fisheries on a Bird Air Strike Hazard (BASH) project involving radio telemetry of bald eagles; lead contaminant research on eagles, other raptors, and selected marsh birds; and golden eagle telemetry and life history research to determine seasonal movements and critical habitat usage. Completing a 12-year study of winter foraging and scavenging dynamics of bald eagles in northern Arizona. Continuing 25+ year research (University of Maryland, Michigan State University, Voyageurs National Park, and R-9 National Forests) using bald eagles as bio-indicator of Great Lakes environmental contamination and ecosystem health. Nationally recognized consultant on eagle management, with a special expertise on evaluating potential impacts and management considerations of anthropogenic noise. Charter member of the Forest Service’s National Tree Climbing Program Technical Advisory Group (TAG), continues as a senior Certified Instructor and Facilitator, specializing in eagle nest entry.

Education

  • University of Washington, Wildlife Ecology , 1976
  • Colorado State University, Wildlife Management , 1968

Professional Experience

  • Nongame Wildlife Biologist, Washington Department of Game
    1976 - 1977
  • Lieutenant, Platoon Cmdr, U.S. Navy, UDT/SEAL
    1969 - 1973
  • Seasonal Wildlife Aide, Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge
    1967 - 1968

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Last updated on : 08/10/2015