Contact Sue Cameron
Areas of expertise
Terrestrial animals - endangered species listing and recovery;
State coordinator of the Endangered Species Act state grant program
In The News
Biologists search the highlands of Virginia for an endangered spider, part of a six-year effort to provide the best picture yet of its well-being.
You can log onto the internet and follow a tagged great white shark along the eastern seaboard. The location of a red wolf can be tracked with a neck collar emitting a signal picked up by antennae. The same technology was used to follow imperiled gray bats in western North Carolina. The endangered...
A team of state, federal, and private foresters and biologists head into the backcountry for North Carolina's Black Mountain to understand how to make habitat for an endangered flying squirrel better...within harming the squirrel.
Efforts to restore spruce forests in Southern Appalachian depend on a steady supply of red spruce trees for planting, and that's where places like the Southern Highlands Reserve come in.
Artificial bat roosts are being placed on bridges across North Carolina's French Broad River to provide shelter for endangered gray bats as the river corridor experiences a wave of construction activity.
State and federal biologists conduct a routine bat inventory at an abandoned iron mine in western North Carolina, a spot that exemplifies the challenges-and hopes- faced by bat conservation efforts.