Erik Blomberg

Expertise

πŸ¦‡ Bats, πŸ¦… Birds, πŸ•Έ Ecology, πŸ” Environmental sciences, 🐟 Fish, 🎣 Fisheries, 🌲 Forests, πŸ¦ƒ Gamebirds, 🏞 Land and natural resource use, 🐾 Wildlife

Blomberg is a wildlife ecologist who studies how wildlife populations respond to environmental change. His current research focuses on gamebirds (spruce grouse, ruffed grouse, American woodcock), bats, and American eels. Visit Blomberg’s biography to learn more.

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Blomberg balances his time between directing the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology, teaching courses about wildlife population dynamics and game bird ecology (25%) and studying the how changes in the environment affect wildlife population dynamics (25%).

Appointment details

Blomberg’s work is supported by:

  • Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Conservation Biology at the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture
  • Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station

Experiment Station contributions

  • Current project: Linking Migration with Population Process and Management Outcomes for American Woodcock