Bachelor of Science, University Washington, 1969. Master of Science, University Washington, 1973. Master of Philosophy, Yale University, 1976.
Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1976.
Northwest land steward Nature Conservancy, Portland, Oregon, 1977-1979. Consultant biologist Department Wildlife, Government Papua New Guinea, 1977. Editor, manager Conservation Monitoring Center, Cambridge, England, 1979-1982.
Freelance writer, lecturer Gray's River, Washington, since 1982. Guest professor Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington, Portland State University, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, since 1983. Speaker in field.
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Member National Heritage Advisory Council, Olympia, 1988-1995. Founder Xerces Society, Portland, 1971. Chair Monarch Project, Portland, since 1983.
Member Nature Conservancy, Association Study Literature Environmental, Lepidopterists' Society (executive committee 1980-1983), Patrons of Husbandry (Grange), Orion Society (advisory board since 1995), Willapa Alliance (advisory board since 1995).
Married JoAnne Clark Heron, August 6, 1966 (divorced August 1973). Married Sarah Anne Hughes, June 7, 1974 (divorced February 1984). Married Thea Linnaea Peterson, October 19, 1985.
Stepchildren: Thomas M. Hellyer, Dorothea A. Hellyer.