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Joel Caouette

Biologist and Shorebird Monitoring Coordinator

Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation

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Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation

3333 SANIBEL CAPTIVA RD

Sanibel, Florida,33957

United States

Company Description

SCCF (the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation) is dedicated to the conservation of coastal habitats and aquatic resources on Sanibel and Captiva and in the surrounding watershed through environmental education, land acquisition, landscaping for wildlife, m...more

Background Information

Employment History

Biologist

SCCF


Snowy Plover Technician

Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation


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Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Staff members

sccf.org [cached]

Joel Caouette, Biologist/Shorebird Monitoring Coordinator
Joel Caouette Biologist/Shorebird Monitoring Coordinator jcaouette@sccf.org Joel graduated from the University of Rhode Island (URI) in 2008 with a B.S. in Wildlife Conservation Biology. During the summer of his junior year he interned at the New York Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) Marine Finfish Unit. While at NYSDEC, he worked with biologists on various projects pertaining to Tautog (Tautoga onitis) in the Long Island Sound, as well as Winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) and general trawl surveys in Great and Little Peconic Bays. During his senior year at URI he volunteered with Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) conducting counts and behavioral surveys of Atlantic brant (Branta bernicla) in eastern Narragansett Bay. After graduation du ring the summer of '08, Joel worked for RIDEM Office of Water Resources performing stream flow studies and collecting water samples to be tested by the RI Department of Health. n the fall of '08 Joel was part of a field crew with the University of Utah which trapped and tested small mammals for the H anta Virus in the Little Sahara Desert in central Utah. In the spring of '09 Joel joined the SCCF staff as a technician with the Snowy plover program; he returned in 2010 as the head technician, staying on after the nesting season ended. During his time here he monitored the Snowies throughout the season from March through July. He also conducted various other surveys both on Cayo Costa State Park and Sanibel pertaining to Snowy plovers such as activity budgets on adults and broods, habitat analysis, beach traffic surveys, invertebrate surveys, and nest site analysis. In October 2010, Joel was hired on as a biologist/shorebird monitoring coordinator.


Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Staff members

sccf.org [cached]

Joel Caouette, Biologist/Shorebird Monitoring Coordinator
Joel Caouette Biologist/Shorebird Monitoring Coordinator jcaouette@sccf.org Joel graduated from the University of Rhode Island (URI) in 2008 with a B.S. in Wildlife Conservation Biology. During the summer of his junior year he interned at the New York Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) Marine Finfish Unit. While at NYSDEC, he worked with biologists on various projects pertaining to Tautog (Tautoga onitis) in the Long Island Sound, as well as Winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) and general trawl surveys in Great and Little Peconic Bays. During his senior year at URI he volunteered with Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) conducting counts and behavioral surveys of Atlantic brant (Branta bernicla) in eastern Narragansett Bay. After graduation during the summer of '08, Joel worked for RIDEM Office of Water Resources performing stream flow studies and collecting water samples to be tested by the RI Department of Health. n the fall of '08 Joel was part of a field crew with the University of Utah which trapped and tested small mammals for the Hanta Virus in the Little Sahara Desert in central Utah. undefined undefinedundefinedundefined In the spring of '09 Joel joined the SCCF staff as a technician with the Snowy plover program; he returned in 2010 as the head technician, staying on after the nesting season ended. During his time here he monitored the Snowies throughout the season from March through July. He also conducted various other surveys both on Cayo Costa State Park and Sanibel pertaining to Snowy plovers such as activity budgets on adults and broods, habitat analysis, beach traffic surveys, invertebrate surveys, and nest site analysis. In October 2010, Joel was hired on as a biologist/shorebird monitoring coordinator.


www.floridawildlifemagazine.com

By Joel Caouette (Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation)


Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife - Events calendar

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Presenters are Joel Caouette, SCCF's shorebird monitoring coordinator, and Claudia Burns, long-time Snowy Plover Project volunteer.


www.news-press.com

On a less populated beach, the bird wouldn't let people get so close, said Joel Caouette, the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation's shorebird monitoring coordinator.
"Here, they're totally unconcerned," Caouette said. "It blows my mind," Caouette said. "Most of the beach traffic is to the east," Caouette said. "The birds have gotten used to people and don't see them as a threat," Caouette said. Photographers just need to be patient when shooting snowy plovers, Caouette said. "One day last week, there were seven or eight photographers around the enclosure," he said.


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