Professor of Biology
Office: ASC 2114
Phone: (231) 591-2671
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Klatt currently teaches General Biology for majors, Environmental Conservation, Animal Behavior, and other courses as assigned. As a bird behavioral ecologist, he has examined vocalizations in Eastern Screech-Owls, mating systems in Northern Cardinals, territorial behavior in Red-necked Grebes, and mate attentiveness and pair bonds in Scarlet Tanagers.
Ph.D. in Zoology, North Dakota State University
M.S. in Biological Sciences, Eastern Kentucky University
B.S. in Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Courses Taught at Ferris State University:
BIOL 121: General Biology 1
BIOL 347: Environmental Conservation
BIOL 492: Biology Internship
Bobby Hathaway received a summer URGE 2007 Grant from Pierce Cedar Creek Institute for Ecological Education to continue monitoring the numbers of birds on and around the Biological Field Station. He eventually trained others at the station to conduct point counts and use mist-nets.
Kari Kammer received a summer URGE 2006 Grant from Pierce Cedar Creek Institute for Ecological
Education to study birds. She used point counts and mist-nets to examine the populations
of various birds on and around the Biological Field Station.