Pam Loring

Wildlife biologist, marine birds
Populations Branch - Wildlife Biologist

Rhode Island Field Office, 50 Bend Rd
Charlestown, RI 02813
United States

Contact Pam Loring

Fill out the form below to send a message.

If you would like a response, please provide your name and email address. If you are a minor, please get your parent’s or guardian’s help to contact us.

This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.

For more on what we do with information you provide and how we protect your privacy, see our privacy statement.


About Pam Loring

BS in Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation, UMass Amherst; MS in Biological and Environmental Sciences, Univ. of RI (Thesis: Phenology and habitat use of scoters along the southern New England continental shelf); PhD in Environmental Conservation, UMass Amherst (Dissertation: Evaluating digital VHF technology to monitor shorebird and seabird use of offshore wind energy areas in the western North Atlantic). USFWS Southern New England-New York Bight Coastal Program (SCEP 2011-2012); USFWS Migratory Birds Program (Pathways 2013-2016; Biologist 2016-Present)

Areas of expertise
Movement ecology
Spatial data analysis
Satellite and radio telemetry
Motus Wildlife Tracking System
Bird banding and tagging

In The News