Robert A. Schorr
Rob has worked at the Colorado Natural Heritage Program for 20+ years, studying the population ecology and conservation of rare species. He is a conservation expert on the Preble’s meadow jumping mouse, and has studied bats, boreal toads, leopard lizards, hops blue butterfly, and various rare plants. He is the director of Climbers for Bat Conservation. He has a passion for providing field and research experience to undergraduates interested in conservation biology. He manages the Linda Hamilton Conserving Colorado Award to provide research opportunities to WCNR students.