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Friday
Jul312015

Episode 62 :: Jeff Lincer: Heroic Efforts to Manage Habitats of Endangered Species—Are They Succeeding?


Scientists continue to speak out on the ecological crises we’re in. Jeff Lincer, our guest on this podcast, is one of them. The signature on his emails includes two quotes that tell us quickly what he’s about.
“Ecosystems are not only more complex than we think, they are more complex than we can think.” Frank Egler
“It is reckless to suppose that biodiversity can be diminished indefinitely without threatening humanity itself.” Edward O. Wilson

He’s a principle at Lincer & Associates, LLC, a woman-owned business, and president of Researchers Implementing Conservation Action. He’s also Research Fellow, San Diego Zoological Society (Institute for Conservation Research) and Research Associate, San Diego Museum of Natural History.

Jeff is best known for his work in environmental management and research on raptors and other threatened and endangered wildlife species. He was the founding Director of the National Wildlife Federation’s Raptor Information Center (Washington, D.C.) and has been involved in the leadership of the International Raptor Research Foundation for many years; serving as its President from l982 to l988. Over the last four decades, he has worked on major projects from Alaska to Africa. These projects have gotten him into ecological monitoring, environmental impacts, ecotoxicology, endangered species, wetland structure and function, estuarine ecology, coastal zone management and habitat protection and acquisition.

Not only has he produced over 100 scientific publications and papers, Jeff has also authored scores of consultant reports and served as advisor to high-level governmental offices and national/international conservation programs. The threatened and endangered species he’s worked with include the California gnatcatcher, cactus wren, burrowing owl, golden eagle, and other raptors. He’s also had a lot of experience with big horn sheep, the Quino checkerspot butterfly, arroyo toad, tiger salamander, bald eagle, desert tortoise, and Stephen’s kangaroo rat.

MENTIONS in This Episode

Lee’s book Blinded by Progress at TheOneEarthProject.com | REVIEWS. See Kritika Narula’s (Delhi, India) essay/review on Goodreads.com. |

Vision of the Future (blog)

Susan Stephenson of Interfaith Power and Light (June 15); Mike Mercer, NorthWest Earth Institute (July 1); Laird Schaub, Fellowship for Intentional Community (July 15) — all on Simple Living Works! Podcast

Episode 62 :: Jeff Lincer: Heroic Efforts to Manage Habitats of Endangered Species—Are They Succeeding?

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