California: Premier Birding Guides Biographical Sketch
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David has loved natural history his entire life, and he has seriously studied birds and butterflies for over twenty years. For nearly two decades, he has led trips for local bird clubs and Audubon groups, first starting with the Tennessee Ornithological Society (TOS). That soon led to organizing trips farther afield, and he now guides half a dozen trips per year for the Partnership for International Birding.
David has led trips all around the US and to other countries, including Panama, Ecuador, Mexico and Belize.
In addition to birding, David spends a lot of time documenting butterfly and dragonfly species for county lists. David is also involved in annual BioBlitzes and bird counts, and his advice on the distribution of certain species is sought out in both Tennessee and Pennsylvania. He has been in active leadership roles in the Tennessee Ornithological Society, Lackawanna Audubon Society and the Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society.
He has worked at the University of Tennessee in the Entomology and Plant Pathology Department. He has an M.S. degree from UT and a B.S. in biology research from the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania.
He has recently moved back to his home state of Pennsylvania, and he now works full-time for the Partnership for International Birding. As a Partner in the Partnership for International Birding, he is more than happy to guide anywhere in the United States and/or host a birding trip in most any country.
Harry Fuller has been leading Pacific Coast bird trips for two decades. He frequently teaches bird classes for Point Reyes Field Seminars and other non-profits. He will be leading a field trip at the annual Point Reyes Bird Festival in May. He has led trips for Golden Gate Audubon of San Francisco to Malheur and the Oregon Cascades. He frequently leads custom trips in Oregon and Northern California.
He has recently completed the soon to be published "Bird Guide to I-5" for birding Oregon, Washington and Northern Callifornia. He teaches classes in the history of American ornithology and is currently writing a birding guide, including sites in Oregon and Washington.
Check out his blog www.atowhee.wordpress.com and his birding website