Berkelman, James D.
In 1993, James received his M.S. in Raptor Biology from Boise State University, studying ecology of the Madagascar Buzzard on the Masoala Peninsula.
In 1997, he received his Ph.D. in Wildlife Science from Virginia Tech, studying the habitat and ecology of the Madagascar Fish-eagle.
Currently, he is a Faculty Associate for the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Selected publications since Boise State University graduate school:
Berkelman, J., J.D. Fraser, and R.T. Watson. 2002. Nesting and perching habitat use of the Madagascar Fish-eagle. Journal of Raptor Research 36:287-293.
Watson, R.T., J. Berkelman, R. Rabarisoa, R. Thorstrom, and C.R.B. Watson. 2000. Description of nesting and foraging habitat of the Madagascar Fish-eagle (Haliaeetus vociferoides): a conservation initiative. Ostrich 71:336-340.
Berkelman, J., J.D. Fraser, and R.T. Watson. 1999. Lake selection by Madagascar Fish-eagles. The Auk 116:976-983.
Berkelman, J., J.D. Fraser, and R.T. Watson. 1999. Madagascar Fish-eagle prey preference and foraging success. The Wilson Bulletin 111:15-21.
Rabarisoa, R., R.T. Watson, R. Thorstrom, and J. Berkelman. 1997. Status of the Madagascar Fish-eagle (Haliaeetus vociferoides) in 1995. Ostrich 68:8-12.
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