Brent Campos

Campos out in the wilderness with binoculars around his neck
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After Humboldt, Brent when on to work for point Blue Conservation Science.

  For his thesis, Brent studied the movements and habitat associations of black-throated blue warblers (Dendroica caerulescens) in and around Jamaican coffee farms. His research elucidated how the provisioning of a known ecosystem service, control and reduction of the coffee berry borer, provided by winter resident warblers, related to the physiognomic attributes of coffee farms and adjacent habitats. Brent earned his B.S. in Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology at UC Davis.