Ann Haynes-Sutton

Ann M. Haynes-Sutton, PhD – Streamertails, Orangequits and Redstarts: 325 Years of Ornithology in Jamaica

Ann Haynes-Sutton, conservation ecologist and ornithologist, is the senior author of A Photographic Field Guide to the Birds of Jamaica published by Princeton Press in 2009. She owns and manages Marshall’s Pen, a private nature reserve and one of the premier birding locations in Jamaica, and leads bird tours.

Her other interests include working on protected areas management planning, eco-tourism, and conservation education (mainly in the Portland Bight Protected Area in Jamaica), and research on seabirds at Pedro Cays, Jamaica. She received her PhD at the University of the West Indies, Jamaica on conservation and management of seabirds at the Morant Cays, Jamaica.

She is Secretary of the Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds, Co-chair of the Seabirds Monitoring Working Group and a member of the Waterbird Conservation Council for the Americas.

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