Andrew McGann

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Andrew McGann’s “bird jobs” started early, conducting point counts and banding saw-whet owls during high school. He went on to work with chickadees and Cozumel thrashers during his B.S. in biology at Villanova University, and with rusty blackbird winter ecology for his M.S. in biology at the College of William and Mary. He also worked in ecotoxicology, tracking mercury pollution moving through avian food webs. At Cellular Tracking Technologies since 2013, he works with researchers and his engineer colleagues to ensure that the telemetry hardware and software will collect the information needed to make each project a success

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