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Dr. Paul F. Doherty, Jr.

Associate Professor

Address: Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology; Colorado State University; Fort Collins, Colorado, 80523-1474; USA

Office: 240 Wagar Hall

Lab: 113 Wagar Hall

Phone: 970-491-6597

Fax: 970-491-5091

Email: paul.doherty@colostate.edu

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Research Interests Education Academic and Other Positions Teaching/Advising Publications Current Lab Members Past Lab Members Animals of Unusual Size

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Research Interests

My interests are broadly based in population- and community-level ecology with an emphasis on applied problems. I strive to address questions of interest using contemporary advances in experimental design, analysis, and estimation. At a population level, I have focused on the effects of forest fragmentation on permanent-resident birds in the US and Vietnam, testing life history predictions in long-lived birds, waterfowl ecology, and working on a number of applied conservation projects focused on species of concern (i.e., threatened/endangered). Some examples include working with the US Fish and Wildlife Service on demography of California gnatcatcher and the Palms Spring ground squirrel which are foci of Habitat Conservation Plans;  working with the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife on grassland bird species, lynx, deer, and Gunnison sage-grouse in Colorado; working with the USFWS, USGS, and NGO’s on survey design and the modeling of demographic parameters for albatrosses; working with the National Park Service in support of bison management at Badlands National Park; working with USDA colleagues on disease ecology questions, and with World Wildlife Fund colleagues on estimation of demographic parameters for Irrawaddy River Dolphins in Cambodia. At the community level I have been interested in testing macroecological patterns using advances in estimating community-level parameters, such as how sexual selection affects species extinction and turnover and predictions concerning extinction and turnover rates at the edge and interior of species ranges.

Education

2000 Ph.D., The Ohio State University. Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology. Dissertation title: The effects of forest fragmentation on the species diversity, distribution, and demography of permanent-resident temperate-zone woodland birds. Advisor: Dr. Thomas C. Grubb, Jr.

1994 M.S., The Ohio State University. Department of Zoology. Thesis title: Reproductive success of cavity-nesting birds breeding in electromagnetic fields under high-voltage powerlines.

1992 B.S. University of Delaware. Department of Entomology and Applied Ecology.

Academic and Other Positions

2008 Associate Professor, Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University. Fort Collins, CO.

2003 Assistant Professor, Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University.

2002 Ecologist, US Geological Survey, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, MD.

2001 Biomonitor, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Carlsbad, CA.

2001 Research Associate, Evolution and Ecology, Université Pierre & Marie Curie (Paris 6)/École Normal Superieur/CNRS, Paris, France.

2000 Research Associate, USGS Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit, University of Georgia and USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, MD.

Teaching/Advising

FW 111 – Outdoor Skills

Academic Director for NR 220 - Natural Resources Ecology and Measurements (summer field course taught at CSU’s Pingree Park Campus)

FW 375 – Wildlife Field Studies

FW 471 - Wildlife Data Collection and Analysis

FW 552 - Applied Sampling for Wildlife and Fish Studies

FW 663 - Vertebrate Data Analysis

Advisor for the student chapter of Ducks Unlimited

Publications

(* indicates students or post-docs as first author)

Roy, C.L., C.M. Herwig, and P.F. Doherty, Jr. 2013. Survival and refuge use of young ring-necked ducks before and during hunting season in north-central Minnesota. Journal of Wildlife Management 77:947-956.

*Molina-Zuluaga, C., Doherty, Jr., P.F., Zúñiga-Vega, J.J., and J.G. Zamora-Abrego.  2013. Survivorship, growth and detection of a knob-scaled lizard in Queretaro, Mexico. Journal of Herpetology 47:156-161.

*Vu, T.T. P.F. Doherty, Jr., T.H. Bui and K.P. Huyvaert. 2012. Road crossing by birds in a tropical forest in northern Vietnam.  Condor 114:639-644.

*Ruiz-Gutierrez, V., P.F. Doherty, Jr. E. Santana C., S.C. Martinez, J. Schondube, H.V. Munguia, and E. Inigo-Elias. 2012.  Survival of resident neotropical birds: considerations for sampling and analysis based on 20 years of bird-banding efforts in Mexico. Auk 129:500-509.

*Thinh, T.V., K.P. Huyvaert, and P.F. Doherty, Jr. 2012. Effects of different logging schemes on bird communities in tropical forests: A simulation study. Ecological Modelling 243:95-100.

Mauck, R., C. Huntington, and P. Doherty. 2012. Experience versus effort: what explains dynamic heterogeneity with respect to age?  Oikos 12:1379-1390.

*Thinh, T.V., Gilbert, M., Bunpapong, N., Amonsin, A., Nguyen, D.T., Doherty, Jr., P.F., and K.P. Huyvaert. 2012. Avian influenza viruses in wild land birds in northern Vietnam. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 48:195-200.  (Highlighted as a notable paper by The Wildlife Disease Association).

Doherty, Jr., P.F., G.C. White and K.P. Burnham. 2012. Comparison of model building strategies when all possible model structures cannot be constructed.  Journal of Ornithology 152 (Suppl 2):S317–S323.

Feare, C. J. and P. F. Doherty, Jr. 2011. Age at first breeding and pre-breeding survival in Seychelles Sooty Terns Onychoprion fuscatus. Marine Ornithology 39:221-226.

*Vu, T.T. P.F. Doherty, Jr., and K.P. Huyvaert. 2012.  Avian conservation value of pine plantation forests in northern Vietnam. Bird Conservation International 22:193-204.

*Devineau, O., T.M. Shenk, P.F. Doherty, Jr., G.C. White, and R.H. Kahn. 2011. Assessing release protocols used for the Canada Lynx (Lynx Canadensis) reintroduction in Colorado: recommendations for future efforts.  Journal of Wildlife Management 75:623-630.

Ryan, G.E., V. Dove, F. Trujillo, and P.F. Doherty, Jr. 2011. Irrawaddy dolphin demography in the Mekong River: an application of mark-resight models. Ecosphere: May 2:article 58.(highlighted by > 50 news organizations).

*Buhnerkempe, M., N. Burch, S. Hamilton, K. M. Byrne, E. Childers, L.N. Davis, P.F. Doherty, Jr., K. A. Holfelder,  M.I. Pyne, G. Schroeder. 2011. The Utility of Transient Sensitivity for Wildlife Management and Conservation: Bison as a Case Study Biological Conservation 144:1808-1815.

54. *Cubaynes, S., P. F. Doherty, E. A. Schreiber, and O. Gimenez. 2011. To breed or not to breed: a seabird's response to extreme climatic events. Biology Letters 7:303-306.

*Dooley, J.L., T.A. Sanders, and P.F. Doherty, Jr. 2010. Effects of hunting season structure, environmental factors, and body condition on overwintering mallard survival. Wildlife Biology 16:357-366. 

*Dooley, J.L., T.A. Sanders, and P.F. Doherty, Jr. 2010. Mallard response to experimental walk-in and shooting disturbance: implications for waterfowl hunting closures. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:1815-1824.

Péron, G., P-A. Crochet, P.F. Doherty, Jr., and J-D. Lebreton. 2010. Studying dispersal at the landscape scale: efficient combination of population surveys and capture-recapture data. Ecology 11:3365-3375.

Doherty, Jr., P.F., G.C. White and K.P. Burnham. Comparison of model building strategies when all possible model structures cannot be constructed.  Journal of Ornithology: available online 2010.

Cubaynes, S., P. F. Doherty, E. A. Schreiber, and O. Gimenez. To breed or not to breed: a seabird's response to extreme climatic events. Biology Letters:available online 2010.

*Oesterle, P., N. Nemeth, R. Bowen, P.F. Doherty, Jr., R. McLean and L. Clark. 2010. Experimental Exposure of Swallow Bugs (Hemiptera: Cimicidae) to West Nile virus. Journal of Medical Entomology 47:897-901.

*Oesterle, P., N. Nemeth, R. Bowen, P.F. Doherty, Jr., R. McLean and L. Clark. 2010. Cliff Swallows, Swallow Bugs, and West Nile Virus: An Unlikely Transmission Mechanism. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 10:507-513

Ball, L.C., P.F. Doherty, Jr., S.D. Ostermann-Kelm, M.W. McDonald. 2010. The use of occupancy estimation to evaluate the effect of rain on the Palm Springs round-tailed ground squirrel in the Sonoran Desert. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:954-962.

*Pyne, M.I., M Buhnerkempe, N. Burch, K. M. Byrne, E. Childers, L.N. Davis, P.F. Doherty, 2010. Jr. S. Hamilton, K. A. Holfelder, and G. Schroeder.  Modeling Matters: Estimating survival and breeding transitions for bison using a multi-state approach.  Journal of Wildlife Management 74:1463-1471.

Gómez-Díaz, E., J., P. F., Doherty, Jr., D. Duneau, and K. McCoy, D., 2010. Cryptic vector divergence masks vector-specific patterns of infection: an example from the marine cycle of Lyme borreliosis. Evolutionary Applications 3:399-401. (This paper was also highlighted with the cover photo)

*Devineau, O., T. M. Shenk, G.C. White, P.F. Doherty, Jr., P. M. Lukacs, and R. H. Kahn. 2010. Evaluating the lynx reintroduction program in Colorado by examining mortality patterns. Journal of Applied Ecology 47:524-531. (This paper was the Editor’s choice for this issue, see http://www.journalofappliedecology.org/view/0/editorschoice473)

*Tipton, H., P.F. Doherty, Jr., and V. Dreitz. 2009. Abundance and density of mountain plover (Charadrius montanus) and burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia) in eastern Colorado.  Auk 126:493-499.

*Zimmerman, G.S., W.L. Kendall, T.J. Moser, P.F. Doherty, Jr., G.C. White, and D.F. Caswell. 2009. Reporting and harvesting probabilities for North American geese: influence of dollar value, population, and spatial factors. Journal of Wildlife Management: 73:710-719.

*Converse, S. J., W. L. Kendall, P. F. Doherty, Jr., and Peter Ryan. 2009. Multistate models for estimation of survival and reproduction in grey-headed albatross. Auk 126:77-88.

Kendall, W.L., S.J. Converse, P.F. Doherty, Jr., M.B. Naughton, A. Anders, J.E. Hines, E. Flint. 2009. Sampling design considerations in demographic studies of marked populations: a case of colonial seabirds. Ecological Applications 19:55-68.

*Zimmerman, G.S., W.L. Kendall, T.J. Moser, G.C. White, and P.F. Doherty, Jr. 2009.  Temporal patterns of leg band retention in North American geese.  Journal of Wildlife Management 73:82-88.

*Grant T. and P. F. Doherty, Jr. 2009. Potential mortality effects of off-highway vehicles on the Flat-tailed Horned Lizard (Phrynosoma mcallii): A manipulative experiment.  Environmental Management 43:508-513.

*Converse, S. J., W. L. Kendall, P. F. Doherty, Jr., M. B. Naughton, and J. E. Hines. 2008. A traditional and a less-invasive robust design: choices in optimizing effort allocation for seabird population studies. Environmental and Ecological Statistics 3:729-746.

Winchell, C. S. and P. F. Doherty. 2008. Using California gnatcatcher to test underlying models in habitat conservation plans. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1322-1327.

*Grant, T. and P.F. Doherty. 2008. Phrynosoma mcallii (Flat-tailed Horned Lizard) rain harvesting.  Herpetological Review 39:90.

*Tipton, H., V. Dreitz and P.F. Doherty, Jr. 2008. Occupancy of two shortgrass prairie avian species in Colorado.  Journal of Wildlife Management: 72:1001-1006.

*Becket, S. Komar, N., and P.F. Doherty, Jr. 2007. Eurasian Collared-Dove in northeastern Colorado: increasing numbers of an invasive species.  Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119:471-475.

Veran, S., O. Gimenez, E. Flint, W.L. Kendall, P.F. Doherty, Jr., and J-D Lebreton. 2007. The impact of longline fishery bycatch on adult survival of Black-footed albatrosses (Phoebastria nigripes). Journal of Applied Ecology 44:942-952. 

*Grant, T. J. and P. F. Doherty, Jr.  2007. Monitoring of the flat-tailed horned lizard with methods incorporating detection probability.  Journal of Wildlife Management 71:1050-1056.

Lukacs, P. L., W. L. Thompson, W.L. Kendall, W. R, Gould, P.F. Doherty, Jr., K.P. Burnham, and D.R. Anderson. 2007. Concerns regarding a call for pluralism.  Journal of Applied Ecology 44:456-460.

*Grant, T. J., and P. F. Doherty. 2006. Phrynosoma mcallii (Flat-tailed Horned Lizard) Hibernation. Herpetological Review 37:346-347.

Waugh, S. M., P. F. Doherty, Jr., A.N.D. Freeman, L. Adams, G.C. Woods, J.A. Bartle, and G. K. Hedley.  2006.  Demography of Westland Petrel Procellaria westlandica, 1995-2003. Emu 106:219-226.

Collins, C. T. and P. F. Doherty, Jr. 2006.  Survival estimates of Royal Terns in southern California.  Journal of Field Ornithology 77:310-314

Doherty, P. F., Jr.  Kendall, W. L., S. Sillett, B. Flint, M. Naughton, C. S. Robbins, M. Gustafson, and P. Pyle.  2006. Demographic parameter estimates of North Pacific albatross and implications for future data collection. Atoll Research Bulletin 543:173-179

Conn, P. B., P. F. Doherty, Jr., and J. D. Nichols.  2005. Comparative demography of new world populations of thrushes (Turdus spp.): Comment. Ecology 86:2536-2541.

Ball, L. C., P. F. Doherty, Jr., and M. W. McDonald. 2005. An occupancy modeling approach to evaluating a Palm Springs ground squirrel habitat model. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:894-904.

Baillie, S. R. and P. F. Doherty. 2004. Analysis using large-scale ringing data. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 27:371-373.

Schreiber, E. A., P.F. Doherty, and G. A. Schenk. 2004. Dispersal and survival rates of adult and juvenile Red-tailed tropicbirds (Phaethon rubricauda) exposed to potential contaminants. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 27:531-540.

Feare, C. J., and P. F. Doherty, Jr. 2004. Survival estimates of adult Sooty Terns from Bird Island, Seychelles . Ibis 146:475-480.

Doherty, P. F., Jr., E. A. Schreiber, J. D. Nichols, J. E. Hines, W. A. Link, G. A. Schenk, and R. W. Schreiber. 2004. Testing life history predictions in a long-lived seabird: a population matrix approach with improved parameter estimation. Oikos 105:606-618.

Beadell, J. S., E. A. Schreiber, R. W. Schreiber, G. A. Schenk, and P. F. Doherty. 2003. Survival of Brown Boobies (Sula leucogaster) at Johnston Atoll: A long-term study. Auk 120:811-817.

Doherty, P. F., Jr., G. Sorci, J. A. Royle, J. E. Hines, J. D. Nichols, and T. Boulinier. 2003. Sexual selection affects local extinction and turnover in bird communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 100:5858–5862.

Doherty, P. F., Jr., T. Boulinier, and J. D. Nichols. 2003. Local extinction and turnover rates at the edge and interior of species' ranges. Annales Zoologici Fennici 40:145-153.

Doherty, P. F., and T. C. Grubb. 2003. Relationship of nutritional condition of permanent-resident woodland birds with woodlot area, supplemental food, and snow cover. Auk 120:331-336.

Link, W.A. and P. F. Doherty, Jr. 2002. Scaling in sensitivity analysis. Ecology 83:3299–3305.

Doherty, P.F., Jr., J.D. Nichols, J. TautinJ.V.Voelzer, G.W. Smith, D.S. Benning, J.K. Bidwell, K. Bollinger, A.R. Brazda, E.K. Buelna, C.F. Ferguson, J.R. Goldsberry, F.H. Roetker, J.W. Solberg, P.P. Thorpe, and J.S. Wortham. 2002. Sources of variation in breeding-ground fidelity of mallard ducks.  Behavioral Ecology 13:543-550.

Doherty, P.F., Jr. and T.C. Grubb, Jr. 2002. Survivorship of permanent-resident birds in a fragmented forested landscape. Ecology 83:844-857.

Doherty, P.F., Jr. and T.C. Grubb, Jr. 2002. Nest usurpation is an ‘edge effect’ for Carolina Chickadees (Poecile carolinensis). Journal of Avian Biology 33:77-82.

Schreiber, E.A., G.A. Schenk, and P.F. Doherty, Jr. 2001. Effects of the Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System (JACADS) on the survival, movement and reproductive success of red-tailed tropicbirds.  Journal of Wildlife Management 65:685-695.

Doherty, P.F., Jr., J.B. Williams, and T.C. Grubb, Jr. 2001. Field metabolism and water flux of Carolina chickadees during the breeding and non-breeding season. Condor: 103:370-375.

Doherty, P.F., Jr. and T.C. Grubb, Jr.  2000.  Seasonal, habitat, and landscape correlates of abundances, density and diversity of birds wintering in fragments of temperate-deciduous woodland. Wilson Bulletin 112:389-395.

Pravosudov, V., T.C. Grubb, Jr. P.F. Doherty, Jr., C.L. Bronson, E.V. Pravosudova, and A.S. Dolby.  1999.  Social dominance and energy reserves in wintering woodland birds.  Condor 101:880-884.

Doherty, P.F., Jr., E.A. Marschall and T.C. Grubb, Jr. 1999. A dynamic programming approach to optimizing the balance between conservation and economic gain.  Ecological Economics 29:349-358.

Pravosudova E.V., T.C. Grubb, Jr., P.G. Parker, and P.F. Doherty, Jr.  1999.  Patch size and composition of social groups in wintering Tufted Titmice (Baeolophus bicolor). Auk 116:1152-1155.

Grubb, T.C., Jr., and P.F. Doherty, Jr. 1999. On home-range gap-crossing. Auk 116:618-629.

Doherty, P.F., Jr. and T.C. Grubb, Jr., 1998. Reduced reproductive success of tree swallows breeding under high-voltage powerlines. American Midland Naturalist 140:122-128.

Doherty, P.F., Jr., T.C. Grubb, Jr. and C.L. Bronson. 1996.  Territories and caching related behavior of Red-headed Woodpeckers wintering in a beech grove.  Wilson Bulletin 108:740:747.

Doherty, P.F., Jr. and T.C. Grubb, Jr. 1996. Effects of high-voltage powerlines on birds breeding within the powerlines' electromagnetic field. Sialia 18:129-134.

Doherty, P.F., Jr. and J.M. Condit. 1994. Carolina Chickadee lays and incubates eggs in two separate nest cups within the same nest box. Wilson Bulletin 106:569-571.

 

Current Laboratory Members

Phillip Street, M.S. student, Project title: Abundance, survival, and breeding probabilities of the critically endangered waved albatross.

Jeremy Dertien, M.S. student, Project title: Evaluating habitat use of a Dall sheep population: an occupancy modeling approach.

Mark Peterson, Ph.D student. Project title: Effects of Natural Gas Development on Neonatal Mule Deer Population Dynamics, Habitat Selection, and Parturient Dam Movement

 

Past Laboratory Members

Luane Reis dos Santos, 2013 visiting scholar from University of Brazilia, Brazil.

 

Dr. Florent Bled, 2013 (Post-doc) Project title: Spatial Modeling of Trends from North American Breeding Bird Survey Data.

Dr. Eric Bergman, 2013 (Ph.D.) Dissertation title: Evaluation of winter range habitat treatments on overwinter survival, density, and body condition of mule deer.

Murilo Guimaraes, 2012 visiting scholar from University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

 

Dr. Viviana Ruiz-Gutierrez, 2012 (Post-doc) Project title: Conservation and disease ecology of Neo-tropical birds.

Dr. Amy Davis, 2012 (Ph.D.) Dissertation title: Gunnison sage-grouse demography and conservation. 

Claudia Molina, 2009 visiting scholar from Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM). Mexico.

Dr. Thinh Vu, 2009 (Ph.D.) Dissertation title: Avian Conservation and ecology in northern Vietnam.

Joshua Dooley, 2008 (M.S.) Thesis title: Mallard response to experimental human disturbance and non-breeding survival along the South Platte River in Colorado.

Paul Oesterle, 2008 (M.S.) Thesis title: The role of swallow bugs (Oeciacus vicarious) and cliff swallows (Petreochelidon pyrrhonata) in West Nile virus transmission.

Heather Tipton, 2007 (M.S.) Thesis title: Occupancy, abundance and density of Colorado breeding grassland birds: estimation and habitat correlations

Tyler Grant, 2005 (M.S.) Thesis title: Flat-tailed horned lizards (Phrynosoma mcallii): population size estimation, effects of off-highway vehicles, and natural history.

Dr. Olivier Devineau, 2009 (Post-doc) Project title: Lynx Conservation: Lynx-Demographic and Spatial Analysis.

Dr. Jun Rosetti (formerly Yoshizaki) 2009 (Post-doc) Project title: Design and analysis for evaluation of human impacts on trust species of the US Fish & Wildlife Service.

Dr. Guthrie Zimmerman, 2007 (Post-doc) Project title: Reporting rates and band loss for harvested waterfowl populations.

Dr. Sarah Converse, 2007 (Post-doc) Project title: Design and analysis for evaluation of human impacts on trust species of the US Fish & Wildlife Service.

Michelle Gilbert, 2008 (Research Associate) Project title: Avian influenza risk assessment for the United States: modeling pathways of disease spread by wild birds.

Lief Wiechman, 2011 (Research Associate) Project title: Gunnison sage-grouse husbandry.

 

Animals of Unusual Size

Paul Doherty and a long-horned beetle in southern Colorado

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Gary White with a white-tailed deer in Manitoba

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Paul Doherty and an ivory-billed woodpecker at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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Gary White and ? with a snake

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Paul Doherty and a brontosaurus at Wall, SD.

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Paul Doherty with a beaver at Oregon State University

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Paul Doherty and a bald eagle at Wall, SD.

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Paul Doherty with a rabbit.

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Emmanuelle Cam with a trout in New Zealand

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Paul Doherty with a Laysan albatross on Midway Island

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Kate Huyvaert with a potato critter in Canada

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Waved albatross on the Galapagos

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Kate Huyvaert with a chicken in Canada

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Paul Doherty with a lobster in Canada

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Paul Doherty on a jack-o-deer

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Thierry Boulinier with an royal albatross in New Zealand

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Gary White with an elk in Manitoba

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Paul Doherty with a bird at Chize, France

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Gary White with a turtle in Manitoba

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Flamingo in Arles, France

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Paul Doherty by prairie dog in South Dakota

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Paul Doherty in shark in Corpus Christi, TX

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