Expert Dr. Barry Noon


Dr. Barry Noon
Department of Fish & Wildlife Biology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523

Barry Noon is Professor in the Department of Fishery and Wildlife Biology at Colorado State University. Although he is best known as an ornithologist, his research interests include: conservation planning for threatened and endangered species; science-based management of public lands to conserve biological diversity; population dynamics and viability analyses for at-risk species; vertebrate demography and life history. Related activities: NAS Biodiversity Exchange with Russia (93, 94); Associate Editor, J. Wildlife Management (93-95); Board of Directors, Sustainable Ecosystems Institute and Society for Conservation Biology (96-99); Chief Scientist, National Biological Survey (95); USDA Committee of Scientists (97-99). Honors and Awards: Fellow, American Ornithologist's Union; Publication Awards from US Forest Service in 91, 93, 94, 97, 99, and 01 and from the Wildlife Society in 91; LaRoe Award form the Society for Conservation Biology in 97.