Josée Rousseau

Postdoctoral Fellow

I’m interested in spatial ecology, animal movements, demographic processes, and studying bird populations across their full life cycle. I also have a strong interest in making research relevant to conservation. As such, my current project involves assessing the role of birds as bioindicators of environmental services in North America. More specifically, I will use eBird and pollinator data, to identify which bird species will be suitable indicators of pollinators.


Ph.D., Oregon State University
GIS & Remote Sensing Certificate, Humboldt State University
M.S., McGill University
B.S., McGill University

Female staff member Josee Rousseau stands in front of a big waterfall on a cold day.
Center Avian Population Studies

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