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Robert Ridgely

Robert Ridgely has made an enormous contribution to Neotropical ornithology. He is the author, with John Gwynne, of A Guide to the Birds of Panama, still one of the finest field guides ever published. During the last three decades he has traveled to virtually every part of South America, and has become recognized as one of the top experts on South American birds. In the early 1980s, he and his friend, Guy Tudor, began the monumental task of producing a series of volumes covering all the birds...

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Chris Rogers

BirdNote Board Member, Chris Rogers, is CEO and Founding Partner of Point32, a Seattle-based project management firm that helps non-profits execute capital improvement planning and building projects. He was formerly the Director of Capital Projects for the Seattle Art Museum where he oversaw the development of the Olympic Sculpture Park, and prior to that oversaw land conservation transactions for the Trust for Public Land. His interests include international travel, birding, beekeeping, and ...

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Dale Rosselet

Dale Rosselet has been with New Jersey Audubon since 1983. She has worked in the education department as teacher naturalist, director of education, and is currently New Jersey Audubon's Vice-President for Education. Dale is a New Jersey native, having grown up near the Great Swamp in northern New Jersey, and now resides in Cape May County. She has led domestic and foreign tours for New Jersey Audubon Society since the late 1980s to destinations including South Florida and the Dry Tortuga...