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Jane West

Jane West


During 1979-1980 I was a Raptor Ornithologist for National Parks and Wildlife in El Salvador and focused research on raptors in El Imposible Forest. Copy of the Thesis is in the Peregrine Fund Library: West, J. N. (1988). Raptors of El Imposible Forest, El Salvador, C.A. Masters Thesis. 206 pp. For 12 additional years I spent one month a year in El Salvador working on a project titled "Owl Occurrence and Occupancy in Three of El Salvador's Protected Areas".

U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Chief, Division of Migratory Birds (retired)
Midwest Region (IL, IN, IA, MI, MN, MO, OH, WI)  
 United States
Phone: 612-869-0721
Email: buhobay@protonmail.com

   Research Interests

Raptors of El Salvador, Central America
Tyto alba, Megascops trichopsis, Megascops cooperi, Aegolius ridgwayi, Bubo virginianus, Pseudoscops clamator, Lopostrix cristata, Glaucidium brasilianum, Athena cunicularia, Strix fluvescens, Ciccaba virgata, Ciccaba nigrolineata, Pulsatrix perspicillata, Sarcoramphus papa and other neotropical raptors

Species of Interest: 
King Vulture


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