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Craig Farquhar

Avian Ecologist and Grant Administrator

Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

HQ Phone:  (512) 389-4800

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Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

4200 SMITH SCHOOL RD

Austin, Texas,78744

United States

Company Description

Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation raises private funds to help the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department manage and conserve the natural and cultural resources of Texas for present and future generations. ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Ornithologist

Wildlife Diversity


Lecturer

The University of Texas at Austin


Affiliations

Hays County

BAT Member


Education

PhD


Web References(8 Total References)


Hays County Habitat Conservation Plan

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Dr. Craig Farquhar, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department


www.statesman.com

"They're very adaptable to humans," said Craig Farquhar of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.


Travis Audubon Meetings

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Presenter: Craig Farquhar, Texas Parks & Wildlife DepartmentResearchers, including Farquhar, now have significant new data on habitat, nesting, geographic distribution, and conservation threats for breeding populations of this species as far south as SW Tamaulipas.These new data offer advantages and challenges to the conservation of this federally endangered species, and Farquhar will discuss these topics with special attention to the BCVI's recovery and listing status.C. Craig Farquhar, PhD, is an ornithologist with the Wildlife Diversity


Travis Audubon Meetings

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Craig Farquhar, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department
Researchers, including Farquhar, now have significant new data on habitat, nesting, geographic distribution, and conservation threats for breeding populations of this species as far south as SW Tamaulipas. These new data offer advantages and challenges to the conservation of this federally endangered species, and Farquhar will


Travis Audubon – 2005-2006 Meetings

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Craig Farquhar, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department
Researchers, including Farquhar, now have significant new data on habitat, nesting, geographic distribution, and conservation threats for breeding populations of this species as far south as SW Tamaulipas. These new data offer advantages and challenges to the conservation of this federally endangered species, and Farquhar will discuss these topics with special attention to the BCVI's recovery and listing status.


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