This is an oral history interview from the Audubon collection following the life of Marshall Olson, the Interim Sanctuary Director, Director of Conservation for the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. Olson discusses his interest in the Audubon Society from a young age, and how it lead him to further his education in wildlife management and forestry. Marshall Olson describes his career in firefighting and consulting, and his experiences with prescribed burning and habitat restoration to ensure sound land management.
Florida Audubon Society, Birds, Conservation biology, Corkscrew Swamp (Fla.), Florida, Oral histories, Interviews
Florida Audubon Society; Birds; Conservation biology; Corkscrew Swamp (Fla.); Florida; Oral histories; Interviews
1 sound file (26min.) : digital, MP3 file + 1 PDF
University of South Florida
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Audubon Florida Oral History Project
Olson, Marshall, "Marshall Olson oral history interview" (2022). Audubon Florida Oral History Project. 10.