Ken Burton

Ken Burton is one of the hosts for EcoNews Report. He is a wildlife biologist for the Yurok Tribe, Secretary of the Redwood Region Audubon Society (RRAS), and a Friends of the Arcata Marsh docent.  He is author of Common Birds of Northwest California and Hiking Humboldt, vol. 1.  Ken has lived in the KHSU listening area off and on (mostly on) since 2005 and listens to KHSU even when he lives elsewhere.

Craig Strong

"The reason we count murrelets at sea is, of course, because in the forest they are flying around at really high speeds in the dawn or dusk and while you can see them and hear them there is no way you can get a handle on their populations", says Craig Strong of Crescent Coastal Research.

Ken Burton, wildlife biologist, vice president of the Redwood Region Audubon Society, Friends of the Arcata Marsh docent, and author, interviews Strong on the status of Marbled Murrelets on the north coast and his murrelet monitoring program.