Butler and Moon receive honors at the Texas Chapter of TWS

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Dr. M. Butler proudly displaying the award

The Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society met in February 2016 and recognized Dr. Matthew Butler as lead author for the “Best Technical Publication“. Specifically, the publication is the I&M protocol for surveying  whooping cranes at and around Aransas National Wildlife Refuge in Texas  (get protocol). Co-authors include: Cinthia Eichhorn, the talented Data Manager and GIS expert for USFWS southwest, and Brad Strobel, now the head biologist at Necedah National Wildlife Refuge in Wisconsin.

 

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Dr. J. Moon establishing equipment to measure sea  level rise

 

Dr. Jena Moon, Texas Gulf Coast Zone Biologist, was voted in as the Vice President of the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society! Jena is an excellent selection for the Board, given her hard work, dedication to wildlife management, and effective collaboration with the public, private landowners, state and federal agencies, and non-profit organizations. In her role, Jena is anticipated to promote a positive public image for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society, and the wildlife profession.

Congratulations to Matt, Cinthia, Brad and Jena!