About Steve B Lewis
Stephen Lewis joined the Division of Migratory Bird Management in 2010 as a biologist in the Juneau Raptor Management Office. He has been interested in raptors since he was young and his initial experience in the wildlife biology field was conducting surveys for various raptors (e.g., northern goshawks, flammulated owls, and peregrine falcons) in central Idaho and northern Utah and capturing migrating raptors at Goshute Mountain, Nevada. Steve holds degrees from the Pennsylvania State University (B.S.; Biology, Ecology emphasis) and Boise State University (M.S.; Raptor Biology), and is pursuing his Ph.D. in Wildlife Biology through the University of Montana. His work at the Service has focused on survey, monitoring, and research of various raptors in Alaska, including bald eagles, golden eagles, peregrine falcons, short-eared owls, northern goshawks, western screech-owls, and barred owls. In his free time, he likes to be out observing the natural world (both home and abroad) and trying to fill the freezer with the many bounties available in the great land of Alaska.