|Dr. Keith L. Bildstein, Director of Conservation Science at the Sarkis Acopian Center at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary in Kempton, Berks County, talks about the history of the Sanctuary and current programs, including its international internship program.|
Dr. Bildstein background includes a 30-year academic and research career focusing on long-term ecological studies of animal populations and behavior and is the author of more than 85 refereed publications. He is a member of 21 professional organizations and was elected Fellow, American Ornithologists' Union.
Watch these Hawk Mountain related video blog postings--
Lale Aktay, an intern from Turkey, talks about her experience
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Visitors Center
Acopian Center at Hawk Mountain
Hike to North Lookout at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
Hike to South Lookout at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
Visit: www.HawkMountain.org for more information.
Contact Dr. Bildstein by sending email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
January 2, 2007
Posted by David E. Hess at 7:30 PM