Robin Doughty, Ph.D.
Topics: Geography, Wildlife, Education
Robin Doughty is a professor of geography at the
University of Texas at Austin, where he teaches and researches in the
areas of cultural geography, historical ecology, biogeography,
endangered species. He has also been a prolific author about the Texas
environment, writing such books as Return of the Whooping Crane,
Endangered Wildlife in Texas, The Mockingbird, At
Home in Texas: Early Views of the Land, The Amazing Armadillo:
Geography of a Folk Critter, Wildlife and Man in Texas, and
Feather Fashions and Bird Preservation.
April 10, 2002
Reel 2175 and 2176