Director of Conservation Planning, Ducks Unlimited Southern Regional Office
Dr. Moorman's expertise lies in planning and evaluation of landscape-scale habitat conservation programs, waterfowl ecology and management and wetland ecology and management. His primary research interests revolve around the ecology and management of migrating and wintering waterfowl in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley and on the Gulf Coast, the ecology and life history of mottled ducks and wood ducks and the natural history and management of marshes along the Gulf Coast of Mexico and wetlands within the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Moorman has been with Ducks Unlimited since 1991, serving as a regional biologist prior to assuming duties as the Southern Regional Office's director of conservation planning in 1998. He obtained his Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry in 1991, his Master of Science in Wildlife Biology from Auburn University in 1987 and his Bachelor of Science in Zoology and Environmental Science from Ohio University in 1984.
Research led by Dr. Moorman
Survival and Habitat Use of Female Gadwalls Along the Gulf Coast