Mael Glon, Ph.D.

biologist holding baby southern flying squirrels in palm of hands
Endangered Species Biologist

306 Hatchery Road
East Orland, ME 04431
United States

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About Mael Glon, Ph.D.

Mael is an endangered species biologist for the Maine Field Office. His work focuses on several plants and animals listed under the Federal Endangered Species Act including Roseate Tern, Red Knot, Piping Plover, Canada lynx, Furbish’s lousewort, eastern prairie fringed orchid, small whorled pogonia, and rusty patched bumble bee. In his free time, Mael enjoys birding and spending time with his wife and cats.

Areas of expertise
Endangered species recovery and project review