Audubon International Welcomes Dr. Bill Brown as New Director of Conservation Initiatives
November 28, 2022
A former Associate Professor of Biology and Environmental Science at Keuka College in New York, Dr. Brown has been researching, presenting and writing about the natural world and best conservation practices for more than 20 years and has published research articles in many peer-reviewed journals.
He earned a BS degree in Natural Resources from Cornell University, and MS and PhD degrees in Entomology and Wildlife Ecology from the University of Delaware. He has also taught at the University of Delaware, Kutztown University and Albright College.
Dr. Brown’s immediate tasks with Audubon International include overseeing the organization’s collaborations with the Monarchs in the Rough, Raptor Relocation Network, and BioBlitz programs. Monarchs in the Rough is a partnership with the Environmental Defense Fund that works with golf courses to restore the endangered butterfly’s pollinator habitat in out-of-play areas.