Dr. Jackie Canterbury

Dr. Jackie Canterbury

President, Bighorn Audubon Society

Dr. Jacqueline L. Canterbury acquired a passion for birds and conservation in college, earning bachelor’s degrees at the University of Washington and Evergreen State College plus MS and PhD degrees from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln with an emphasis in physiology and neuroscience. Her master’s program involved developing a conservation strategy for nongame birds for the state of Nebraska. Jackie has worked as a US Forest Service biologist in the Tongass National Forest in southeastern Alaska and taught at Sheridan College in Sheridan, Wyoming. Jackie is currently president of Bighorn Audubon Society in Sheridan, working on establishing regional Important Bird Areas, and serving on the board of directors for several conservation organizations.

Articles by Dr. Jackie Canterbury

Falxa Ranch Designated an Important Bird Area
Important Bird Areas

Falxa Ranch Designated an Important Bird Area

— An Audubon chapter explores important sagebrush-steppe habitat.