Rob Ronconi and Grupo Jaragua tagging a Black-capped Petrel, Dominican Republic

Rob Ronconi and Grupo Jaragua tagging a Black-capped Petrel, Dominican Republic

Our team is comprised of agency, academic, and NGO scientists as well as graduate students. We collaborate on a range of tracking projects focused on seabirds. We have projects throughout the Western Atlantic including the south- and north-eastern coast of the US, the northern and southern Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean. Our research is supported by federal and state agencies as well as foundations.

Magnificent Frigatebird, Pedro Cays, Jamaica                                

Magnificent Frigatebird, Pedro Cays, Jamaica                                

Our research focuses on a variety of nearshore and pelagic marine birds that breed in the northwestern and southern Atlantic including Audubon's Shearwater, Black-capped Petrel, Brown Pelican, Magnificent Frigatebird, Masked Booby, Razorbill, and both Red-billed and White-tailed Tropicbird.

Little Tobago Island, Tobago                                                          

Little Tobago Island, Tobago                                                          

Research is being conducted in a variety of locations and countries throughout the Western Atlantic including Nova Scotia, Maine, South Carolina, Gulf states. Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, Jamaica, St. Eustatius, Tobago, Dominican Republic, and Mexico.