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researcher , biology professor

Daniel Haag-Wackernagel, Swiss biology professor, researcher. Achievements include research in elaboration of the culture history of the pigeon Columba livia; research in biology, behavior and epidemiology of the feral pigeon in the urban environment; a permanent and human solution of the feral pigeon problem based on public education.

Background

Haag-Wackernagel, Daniel was born on October 26, 1952 in Arbon, Switzerland. Son of Max Haag and Claire Haag-Osterwalder.

Education

Diploma in biology, University Basel, Switzerland, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy in Biology, University Basel, Switzerland, 1984.

Career

Teacher High School Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliches-Gymnasium, 1984—1996. Professor biology Medical Faculty University Basel, Switzerland, since 1996. Teacher biology University Basel, 1992—1996, head pigeon action Basel joint project.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in elaboration of the culture history of the pigeon Columba livia. Research in biology, behavior and epidemiology of the feral pigeon in the urban environment. A permanent and human solution of the feral pigeon problem based on public education.

Connections

Married Maia Wackernagel, June 5, 1992. Children: Amos Haag, Felicitas Haag, Benjamin Haag.

father:
Max Haag

mother:
Claire Haag-Osterwalder

spouse:
Maia Wackernagel

child:
Felicitas Haag Haag-Wackernagel

child:
Benjamin Haag Haag-Wackernagel

child:
Amos Haag Haag-Wackernagel