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NORTH CAROLINA
COOPERATIVE FISH AND WILDLIFE RESEARCH UNIT
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JAIME COLLAZO

Education

B.S., Biology, University of Puerto Rico, 1976. 
M.S., Zoology, University of Idaho, 1979.
Ph.D., Animal Ecology, Iowa State University, 1985.

Thesis and Dissertation

Status and population ecology of the brown pelican, Pelecanus occidentalis, in the Greater Puerto Rican Bank. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Animal Ecology, Iowa State University, 1985.

Breeding biology and food habits of the great blue heron at Heyburn State Park, Benewah County, Idaho. M.S. Thesis

Research and Academic Experience
   
1989-present Assistant Unit Leader
Professor of Zoology, NC State University
1991-present Professor of Forestry, NC State University
1988-present Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Puerto Rico
1988-95 Research Associate, University of Florida
1988-92 Research Associate, Manomet Observatory for Conservation Sciences
1988-89 Assistant Field Supervisor, Enhancement, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)
1988-89 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Clemson University
1985-88 Wildlife Biologist, USFWS National Wildlife Refuges
1980-85 Wildlife Biologist, Puerto Rico Department of Natural Resources
1983-88 Part-time Instructor, InterAmerican University, San Juan, Puerto Rico
   
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1987 Co-Founder of the Puerto Rico Conservation Foundation. Institution dedicated to the preservation of habitats of unique ecological value and endangered species.

 

 

NC State University | US Geological Survey | North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission | Wildlife Management Institute