John E. Shook, M.S. Senior Scientist

  • Raptor Biology
  • Ornithology

John’s expertise includes population dynamics, predator/prey relationships, and behavioral and dietary investigations with raptors. He also conducts aerial and ground surveys for breeding and staging waterfowl, including threatened Spectacled Eiders. Currently, John is involved in a number of long-term studies, including population monitoring of Peregrine Falcons in interior Alaska and Tundra Swan and Snow Geese in northern Alaska.

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