bio_stoleson_155pxhtScott H. Stoleson
USDA Forest Service
Northern Research Station
PO Box 267
Irvine, PA 16329
phone: (814) 563-1040, cell: (814) 688-6220

Scott is a Research Wildlife Biologist with the US Forest Service Northern Research Station and also a Research Associate with the Roger Tory Peterson Institute in Jamestown, NY. He conducts basic and applied research on avian ecology, with a focus on understanding the impacts of land management practices on the distribution, abundance, and demography of avian populations. Current and recent work includes Cerulean Warbler response to timber management, post-breeding habitat use by forest-interior birds, and assessing the effects of oil and gas development on avian community structure and nest success. Prior to his current position, Scott worked in the southwestern U.S. and Central and South America.

B.S. (Biological Sciences) Dartmouth College
M.E.S. (Environmental Studies) Yale University
Ph.D. (Wildlife Ecology) Yale University