Frank M. Dunstan Slide Collection, 1973-1989

Inspired by the first Earth Day in 1970, Frank M. Dustan decided to pursue a bachelor’s degree in biology at East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania. After completing his degree, Dunstan moved to the Tampa Bay area in 1973 and served as warden/biologist for the National Audubon Society’s Tampa Bay Sanctuaries’ wildlife sanctuaries until 1977. During this time, Dunstan published several articles on wetland and avian ecology and conservation. Dunstan continued his environmental work in the Northeast where he held several positions, including Urban Forestry Program Coordinator with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation and the Vice President and Director of the Sanctuary Department with the National Audubon Society

Link to the Finding Aid for the Frank M. Dunstan Slide Collection

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