About Douglass Cooper
Doug supervises the Ecological Services Program for the southern half of Alaska. Doug received his Master’s degree from Northern Illinois University studying great horned owls. Doug’s background is in avian and mammalian biology, with a focus on predator-prey dynamics.
In Alaska, he leads the Office's regulatory program, supervising work related to the Endangered Species Act, Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, Migratory Bird Treaty Act, Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act, among many other relevant laws and regulations. Doug and the Ecological Services team can provide technical assistance and regulatory review of projects and other agency and private actions.