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Conservation Program Manager

Audubon Society
225 Varick St.
New York , New York 10014
United States

Company Description: Now in its second century, Audubon is dedicated to protecting birds and other wildlife and the habitat that supports them.
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Master , Education
    St. Michael's College
  • B.S. , Wildlife Biology
    University of Vermont
  • Masters , Education
    St. Michael's College
47 Total References
Web References
Staff | Vermont
vt.audubon.org, 6 Oct 2014 [cached]
[Left to Right]Daniel Schmidt, Mark LaBarr, Steve Hagenbuch, Kim Guertin, Jim Shallow, Gwen Causer, Sophie Mazowita, Charley Wilkinson, Josie Leavitt, Margaret Fowle
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Mark LaBarr -Conservation Program Manager Mark has been with Audubon for more than 15 years. His work includes coordinating the Vermont Common Tern Recovery Project, the Green Mountain Audubon Center bird banding station and the Audubon Vermont Conservation Internship Program. He has worked on bird projects from Hawaii to Belize studying everything from albatrosses to catbirds. Mark also oversees the stewardship needs at the Green Mountain Audubon Center. Mark has a B.S. in Wildlife Biology from the University of Vermont and a Master's in Education from St. Michael's College. He enjoys spending time with his two children, Owein and Mae, and lives in Huntington.
For more information on how you ...
vt.audubon.org [cached]
For more information on how you can become part of the citizen science movement in Vermont contact Mark LaBarr, Audubon Vermont's Director of Conservation.
Champlain Valley Bird Initiative | Vermont
vt.audubon.org, 6 Oct 2014 [cached]
For more information on the CVBI, please contact Mark LaBarr at mlabarr@audubon.org or Margaret Fowle at mfowle@audubon.org or (802) 434-3068.
Cormorant Wars
www.greenmountainaudubon.org, 12 Oct 2013 [cached]
Common Tern populations have rebounded modestly on selected Lake Champlain islands under the watchful eye of Audubon Vermont's Mark LaBarr, the leader of the Common Tern Restoration Project.
Welcome to Audubon Vermont!
vt.audubon.org, 15 Dec 2011 [cached]
First row (kneeling): Steve Hagenbuch, June (Audubon pooch), Kim Guertin, and Katie Manaras Second row (standing): Jim Shallow, Kristen Sharpless, Jennifer Gilson, Gwendolyn Causer, Mike Simpson, Margaret Fowle and Doug Parker Not pictured: Daniel Schmidt and Mark LaBarr
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Mark LaBarr - Conservation Biologist/Land Steward , Mark has been with Audubon for more than 9 years. His work includes coordinating the Vermont Common Tern Recovery Project, the Green Mountain Audubon Center bird banding station and the Audubon Vermont Conservation Internship Program. He has worked on bird projects from Hawaii to Belize studying everything from albatrosses to catbirds. Mark also oversees the stewardship needs at the Green Mountain Audubon Center. Mark has a B.S. in Wildlife Biology from the University of Vermont and a Masters in Education from St. Michael's College.
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