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Michael J. St. Germain

Project Supervisor

Mr. St. Germain’s research interests include population dynamics and habitat use of wildlife. Although he has worked with an extensive array of flora and fauna his specialties include, birds, bats and other mammalian critters. He also enjoys the educational components associated with the university setting.  Recently, he was able to combine his artistic background with his knowledge of wildlife by illustrating and coauthoring a book regarding the natural history of the Blue Ridge Mountains, which was released in July 2011.

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    1900 Kraft Drive, Suite 250
    Blacksburg, VA 24061

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