Todd is a supervisory research biologist with USGS and a founding member of EGEWG. He has published numerous scientific articles on ecology and movement of eastern golden eagles and he has attended every meeting of the EGEWG, since the first one at Hawk Mountain in 2010.
Dave is an engineering professor at Lafayette College and a veteran eagle-watcher. His expertise includes fluid flows in the boundary layer and impacts of topography. He has published widely-used models of orographic lift and eagle flight over complex terrain.
Erynn is the Raptor Specialist with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. She has worked for over 10 years coordinating and implementing statewide raptor research and monitoring. She also serves on the Atlantic Flyway Council Raptor Committee.
Chris is the Principal Onshore Biologist for Orsted, the Danish multinational energy company. He has over a dozen years experience working in the wind industry on wildlife issues, and previously was a research biologist at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary.
Mike is the founder and CEO of Cellular Tracking Technologies with over 30 years of experience trapping and telemetering raptors, including golden eagles.
Jérôme is a research biologist with the Government of Quebec. He works on identifying science-based solutions to mitigate anthropogenic impacts on wildlife. He also serves as president of the Quebec Raptor Recovery Team.
Trish is the Executive Director of Conservation Science Global (CSG), a nonprofit that conducts scientific research to advance conservation of eagles and other bird species. She has published numerous papers using telemetry data to understand golden eagle movement patterns, life history, and ecology.
Evan is the Natural Areas Manager at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest in Clermont, Kentucky. In addition to habitat stewardship efforts, research facilitation, and conservation advocacy, he is a primary member of the Bernheim team that studies wintering golden eagles at the forest.
Vince is a research biologist with CSG and an expert in issues of eagles and environmental contamination. He was the lead author on a ground-breaking paper recently published in Science on the extent of lead poisoning in golden and bald eagles across North America.
Tom is the National Energy Coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Ecological Service's program, helping promote responsible energy development and wildlife conservation through partnership and guidance. He previously served as Regional Eagle Coordinator for the Service's Northeast Region.