Current Projects & Researchers

We're an Audubon facility, so of course lots of scientists study birds here, but that's not all, or even the most common type of research.  Climate, soils, hydrology, insects, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and especially plants are some of the research subjects that draw scientists to the Research Ranch.

Check out the pages below to meet some of our researchers and the most recent projects being studied.

Dr. Matthew Lattanzio
Research

Dr. Matthew Lattanzio

Lecturer, Christopher Newport University Organismal & Environmental Biology - Audubon's Apacheria Fellowship Recipient - 2013

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Anthony Gilbert - Graduate Student
Research

Anthony Gilbert - Graduate Student

Graduate Apacheria Fellow - 2015 & 2016 Ohio University - College of Arts & Sciences

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Richard K. Simpson - Animal Behavior Ph.D. Candidate
Research

Richard K. Simpson - Animal Behavior Ph.D. Candidate

Graduate and Professional Student Association Assembly Member - School of Life Sciences - Arizona State University

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Erik Andersen
Research

Erik Andersen

Graduate Apacheria Fellow- 2013 University of Arizona

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William Ternes
Research

William Ternes

Graduate Apacheria Fellow - 2016

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Cynthia Morris
Research

Cynthia Morris

Undergraduate Apacheria/Fleharty Fellow - 2016

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Christian D'Orgeix
Research

Christian D'Orgeix

Virginia State University

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Kortney Jaworski
Research

Kortney Jaworski

Audubon's Graduate Apacheria Fellowship Recipient - 2014

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