Chuck Sexton 策展人

加入於:2013 12 月 06 最近活躍:2024 7 月 19 iNaturalist 每月捐款者 since 2019年10月

I am a retired ecologist living in Austin, Texas. I studied the impacts of urbanization on birdlife for my graduate work (Ph.D., Univ. of Texas, 1987), and worked in the private and public sectors in the environmental field for 40+ years. My last gig was Wildlife Biologist at Balcones Canyonlands NWR here in Central Texas. I am interested in all things under the sun (and moon), but particularly energy flow in ecosystems, as well as the biogeography of birds and leps with an emphasis on endangered species. Since about 2015, I have been working at contributing to the improvement of field and photo identification of moths, with an emphasis on two groups of particular interest to me: lichen moths and aquatic Crambids. My latest icon image was taken in Boquete, Chiriquí, Panama (December 2017). Everyone needs a birding companion. Photo credit: Mary Kay Sexton.

iNaturalist Interview with Tony Iwane
Chuck Sexton on ResearchGate
Chuck Sexton on BugGuide

I am prone to making many typographical errors in my typing because my brain and fingers don't play well together--especially early in the morning before caffeine.
Soy bastante fluido en español.
Eu posso ler português hesitantemente.