1/28/17. Featured presentation at the DTPC Annual Banquet. Larry LePre shares his observations with the impact of large-scale renewable energy on the desert's birds, and his experiences monitoring golden eagle nests and banding prairie falcons.
Larry LePre received a PhD in biology from the University of California in 1979 and worked as a biological consultant for 19 years. In 1998, he enlisted in a one-year term position with the BLM which led to a permanent job as the District Wildlife Biologist. He worked at the BLM for seventeen years, retiring in 2015. A biologist for life, Larry's first love has always been birds. In the California desert, he has monitored golden eagle nests, performed raven nesting surveys, and banded prairie falcons.