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Heather
Renner
US Fish and Wildlife Service
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Heather Renner is the Supervisory Wildlife Biologist at the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. She has worked on the Refuge since 2000 and on various other coastal Alaskan refuges since 1991. She is in charge of several long-term seabird monitoring projects.

Recent research focus has been on methods development for long-term population monitoring of crevice-nesting seabirds, particularly auklets. Heather is a life-long Alaskan but did her graduate work at Cornell University.