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Bob Anthony, 1944-2013


Ellen Paul

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Robert Anthony, professor emeritus at the Oregon State University's Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, passed away on 21 December 2013. Bob, who also headed the USGS Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit at Oregon State before he retired, was renowned for his expertise in wildlife ecology, population analysis, and environmental contaminants. In recent years, he was probably known best for his research on Bald Eagles and Northern Spotted Owls. He served on the Northern Spotted Owl Long-term Demography Research Team, which in 2010 was awarded the AOU's Ralph Schreiber conservation award. 

 

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Bob earned his Ph.D. in zoology in 1972 from the University of Arizona, following an M.S. in wildlife biology from Washington State University in 1968. He was a fellow of the American Ornithologists' Union, a long-time member of the Cooper Ornithological Society and the Raptor Research Foundation and attained certified wildlife biologist status from The Wildlife Society. 
 

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