Ann Paul is a biologist and the regional coordinator for the Audubon Florida Coastal Islands Sanctuaries program. In this interview, she recounts her interests as a young naturalist, her education at Cornell and Trinity College, and the circumstances that lead to her involvement in the Audubon program. She highlights the formation and mission of the Audubon Society, important members in the program's history, the development of specific programs to protect Florida's waterbird colonies, and her experiences and personal observations in the field. Paul concludes by discussing current projects and goals for the future of wildlife preservation in Florida.
Florida, Bird refuges, History, Environmental policy, Oral history, Online audio
1 sound file ( 78 minutes) : digital, MPEG4 file + ;
Florida; Bird refuges; History; Environmental policy;
Oral histories; Interviews
Paul, Ann; Hodgson, Ann; University of South Florida Libraries -- Florida Studies Center.|Oral History Program; and University of South Florida -- Tampa Library, "Ann Paul oral history interview" (2015). The Tampa Bay Estuary: An Oral History of Community Collaboration to Restore Ecological Integrity. 1.