Daniel D. Roby
Daniel D. Roby is a professor of wildlife ecology (retired) at Oregon State University and the the former leader-wildlife for the US Geological Survey’s Oregon Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit in Corvallis, Oregon. He is an internationally renowned seabird biologist and has worked on seabird physiological ecology and conservation in Alaska, Antarctica, Greenland, and China, among other places. In Oregon, his lab group has focused on research, conservation, and management of Caspian Terns, Double-crested Cormorants, and other fish-eating colonial waterbirds. He has served as chair of the Pacific Seabird Group and has been awarded for his research and conservation efforts by the American Ornithologists’ Union and the Pacific Seabird Group.
Books by this Author
As the Condor Soars
As recently as the 1970s, few dared imagine that Oregon would ever welcome back the majestic California Condor. Nobody would have predicted record numbers of...