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René Laubach

conservationist

René Laubach, American conservationist. Member Becket Conservation Commission, Massachusetts, since 1987; board directors Mount Greylock Protective Association, Massachusetts, since 1988. Member Bat Conservation International, Massachusetts Association Conservation Communications, Hoffmann Bird Club (president 1988-1990).

Background

Laubach, René was born on April 17, 1948 in Blankenstein, Germany. Came to the United States 1954. Son of Arthur Nicholas and Irmgard (Buttler) Laubach.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Michigan State University, 1971. Master of Arts, Texas Technology University, 1976.

Career

Curatorial assistant, Field Museum Natural History, Chicago, 1971-1974;research assistant, The Museum, Texas Technology U., Lubbock, Texas, 1974-1976;education director, Iowa Science Center, Des Moines, 1976-1981;assistant director, Iowa Science Center, 1981-1983;director, Dartmouth Childrens Museum, Dartmouth, Massachusetts, 1983-1984;sanctuary director, Berkshire Wildlife Sanctuaries, Lenox, Massachusetts, since 1985. Reviewer grantes Institute Museum Superior vena cava syndrome, Washington, 1988-1990. Panelist in field, 1991, 92.

Works

  • Co-author: A Guide to Management of Recent Mammal Collections, 1977. Co-author booklet: A Guide to the Bats of Iowa, 1988. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Becket Conservation Commission, Massachusetts, since 1987. Board directors Mount Greylock Protective Association, Massachusetts, since 1988. Member Bat Conservation International, Massachusetts Association Conservation Communications, Hoffmann Bird Club (president 1988-1990).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: nature photography, travel, natural history study.

Connections

Married Christyna Mary Zielinski, August 17, 1974.

father:
Arthur Nicholas Laubach

mother:
Irmgard (Buttler) Laubach

spouse:
Christyna Mary Zielinski