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Joe Guthrie Jr.

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Wildlife Biologist

National Wildlife Refuge Association

Employment History


  • B.A. , English
    Centre College
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Web References
Staff » National Wildlife Refuge Association, 23 Dec 2013 [cached]
Joe Guthrie, Wildlife Biologist
Joe Guthrie
Joe Guthrie is a wildlife biologist from Kentucky who moved to Florida to conduct research on the ecology and conservation of the Florida black bear. He wrote a masters thesis on the species relationship to roads and the function of wildlife corridors in facilitating connectivity in a fragmented bear population. After graduate school he was a co-leader of the 2012 Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition, a 100-day, 1000-mile hiking and paddling expedition from Florida Bay in Everglades National Park to the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia. The expedition brought awareness for remaining ecological connections on both public and private lands that support wildlife populations and allow Florida's outdoor and agriculture economies to thrive. Joe currently works in a contractor role with the National Wildlife Refuge Association, leading efforts by the Northern Everglades Alliance, a group of conservation-minded ranchers and non-governmental conservation partners, to establish a new 150,000-acre National Wildlife Refuge. He lives and works at Archbold Biological Station in Highlands County, Florida.
Penn State Official Athletic Site - Administration, 11 Nov 2013 [cached]
Joe Guthrie Asst. Coach 865-0936
Baseball Training bats, 11 July 2009 [cached]
Coach Joe Guthrie Head Softball Coach Marion Military Institute
Pictured standing from left: MMI ..., 5 Feb 2010 [cached]
Pictured standing from left: MMI assistant coach Brittany McGee, MMI head coach Joe Guthrie, Mandeville coach Scott Dennis, MHS pitching coach Russell Pritchard and Mandeville principal Bruce Bundy. (Staff Photo by Mike Pervel)
Marion Military Institute second-year head coach Joe Guthrie had a first hand opportunity to see McDaniel perform at the 2010 College Softball Camp held at Coquille Sports Complex the first week of January.
Guthrie described McDaniel as a great player.
We are tickled to have her," Guthrie said.
"Bringing her on an official visit and getting to know her family has been even more fun," the coach added.
Guthrie said his program graduates 14 players this year so you always need pitchers more than anything else, but we also have a need in fielders as well.
Guthrie described McDaniel as being tenacious on the hill.
People like Carlton Ward Jr. and ..., 2 Mar 2012 [cached]
People like Carlton Ward Jr. and Joe Guthrie are hoping to change that through an expedition running the length of Florida's peninsula to demonstrate that conserving these corridors is good for people, too.
Guthrie, a scientist who has studied the Florida black bear, a wide-ranging animal for whom corridors are important, said it's important to take the long view on conservation. "With big thinking, we can get conservation accomplished," he said, referring to the way Interstate 75 was constructed across the Everglades to accommodate the passage of wildlife and water. "We followed one corridor and found the tracks of Florida panther, bear, fox and coyote," he said.
"You see signs of them everywhere," said bear biologist Joe Guthrie. In some places, the black bear is growing in number, but in others, dwindling. "If you protect the landscape for black bear, you're protecting it for hundreds of thousands of other species," Guthrie said.
Photographer Carlton Ward Jr., biologist Joe Guthrie, conservationist Mallory Lykes Dimmitt and filmmaker Elam Stoltzfus - members of the Florida Wildlife Corridor expedition - are paddling 21.5 miles today to Jim Black Camp in Polk County.
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