Thomas Buhl is a Biological Science Technician at the USGS Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center in Jamestown, North Dakota.
I am the coordinator and point of contact for the Waterfowl Nest File. The Waterfowl Nest File contains extensive records of waterfowl and grassland bird nests from across the northern Great Plains from 1954 to present day. I have participated in and overseen field operations for multiple research projects, including the recruiting, training and supervision of seasonal staff. I have worked on waterfowl, prairie restoration, and grassland bird research projects across the northern Great Plains. I train DOI staff in the safe operation of motorboats, ATV's and UTV’s. I am a sUAS pilot, a member of Northern Prairies Safety Committee, and I'm the Content Manager for Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center's website.
Biological Science Technician, USGS, Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center, Jamestown, North Dakota
Education and Certifications
B.S. Wildlife Management, (Minor in Biology), University of Minnesota
A.S. Environmental Ecology, Iowa Lakes Community College