Member Spotlight – Todd Mabee
Todd Mabee is a Senior Scientist and Research Coordinator with ABR, Inc.—Environmental Research & Services in Forest Grove, Oregon. He received his B.A. degree in Environmental, Population, and Organismic Biology from
the University of Colorado, Boulder and an M.S. degree in Zoology from Colorado State University. His research interests include the study of avian and bat issues at wind projects in the US and Mexico, nocturnal bird migration in
the U.S, the breeding biology of shorebirds, raptor ecology, and the ecology of headwater amphibians in Oregon. He has authored 15 peer-reviewed articles on topics including nocturnal bird migration at proposed wind projects, radar
ornithology, shorebird ecology, and amphibian ecology. Todd has attended and been an active participant in the Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society meetings since moving to Oregon in 1998. He has also participated in the
national Wildlife Society meetings and is a member of the Renewable Energy working group. He is excited to have the opportunity to give back to The Wildlife Society through participation on the board. His goal is to use his various research interests and experiences to help address issues facing the Oregon chapter. Outside of work Todd enjoys time with his family (wife and 2 young kids), camping, hiking, running, cross-country skiing, hunting,
fishing, and traveling both within the US and abroad.