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    Michael P. Guilfoyle, PhD

    Research Wildlife Biologist
    CEERD-EE-E
    michael.p.guilfoyle@usace.army.mil

    Education

    • B.S., Wildlife Biology, Auburn University, AL, 1988
    • M.S., Wildlife Management, Frostburg State University, MD, 1992
    • Ph.D., Biology, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS, 2004

    Research Interests

    • Avian Ecology and Management
    • Wildlife Management and Research
    • Threatened and Endangered Species Management
    • Establishment and Analysis of Avian Monitoring Programs
    • Statistical Analysis of Population Data
    • Landscape Ecology and Use of GIS\Remote Sensing to Avian Management

    Research Projects

    • Avian community composition and distribution for assessment of riparian ecosystems using an Index of Biological Integrity in the San Jacinto and Santa Margarita Watersheds (Los Angeles District reimbursable project)
    • Threatened and endangered species survey for wildlife and plants (Fort Knox reimbursable project)
    • Interior Least Tern research and monitoring workshop, NE (DOER project)
    • Seasonal avian inventories and BASH risk assessment at Grand Forks Air Force Base, ND (GFAFB reimbursable project)
    • Spring migration and summer breeding bird surveys on Habitat Management Units (HMUs) along the Snake River, WA (Walla Walla District reimbursable project)
    • Avian inventory and monitoring workshop, VT (New England District reimbursable project)
    • Seasonal avian inventories at Fort Belvoir, VA (Fort Belvoir reimbursable project)
    • Seasonal avian inventories at Camp Robinson, and Little Rock Air Force Base, AR (DoD installation reimbursable projects)
    • Spring migration and summer breeding bird surveys at Fort Eustis and Fort Story, and Fort Bragg, NC (Conservation Assistance Program [CAP])
    • Life histories of sensitive bird species and the potential impact of Corps activities on sensitive bird species (EMRRP Stewardship work unit)
    • Ecological importance of "Waters of the United States" and associated wetlands to wildlife, NM (White Sands Missile Range reimbursable project)
    • Heron Management Plan and Natural Resource Inventory for the Navy Metro Area, San Diego, CA
    • Small mammal research on Corps of Engineers Habitat Management Units along the Snake and Columbia Rivers, WA: Basic species inventory and effects of expanding Russian olive on small mammal communities.

    Professional Memberships

    • The Wildlife Society
    • American Ornithologist's Union
    • Cooper Ornithological Society
    • Wilson Ornithological Society
    • Association of Field Ornithologists

    Publications

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