Mary M. Maxey
USGS PWRC - Beltsville Lab
Beltsville, MD 20705
Biological Technician (Wildlife)
B.S., University of Georgia, 1987; zoology
|Areas of Expertise/Interest: Ornithology, avian behavior and habits. Wetland plant identification. Animal handling. Biology and ecology of wildlife especially birds. Protection and recovery of endangered species. Wildlife photography.|
Star Award June 24, 2002 - Anacostia Bird Monitoring
United States Department of the Interior National Biological Survey Time-Off Award August 5, 1994
Vice-president Baltimore Bird Club a chapter of Maryland Ornithological Society 1998-2000
Development of online identification guides to North American Bees
Impacts of selective tree harvesting on the Delmarva Fox Squirrel
Anacostia Freshwater Tidal Reconstructed Wetlands
Avian Comparisons between Kingman and Kenilworth Marshes Final Report 2001-2004
Eisler, R., R.E. Munro, L.M. Loges, K. Boone, M.M. Paul and L.J. Garreett. 2000 Contaminant Hazard Reviews 1-35 [on CD-ROM]. Biological Report; Bilogical Science Report; Contaminant Hazard Reviews Report. U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, MD
J.S., F.P. Henry, G.H. Olsen,M. M. Paul, and R.S.Hammerschlag 2001.
Failure of tetracycline as a biomarker in batch-marking juvenile frogs.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases (Vol. 37, No.2):318-323.
Activity in Dosed and
Field-Collected Nestling Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). M.J. Melancon, J.D.
Eisemann and M.E. Maxey –Abstract/poster
of Cytochrome P450 in Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis) Chicks.
M.J. Melancon, G.F. Gee, G.H. Olsen, J.D. Eisemann, and M. E.
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