Frederic Beaudry is an associate professor of environmental science and a wildlife biologist with interests in a broad range of environmental issues.
Dr. Beaudry teaches courses in environmental sciences at Alfred University, New York. Prior to teaching, he worked as a wildlife biologist focusing on the ecology and conservation of birds and turtles. He has authored several scientific papers on land use and conservation. His current research examines land use changes and their effects on bird and amphibian communities.
Dr. Beaudry has a BS in Biology from the Université du Québec à Rimouski, a master's degree in Natural Resources from Humboldt State University, and a PhD in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Maine. He conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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