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Ted Eubanks

Region: Hill Country

Topics: Birds, Wildlife, Ecotourism, Non-Profit, Audubon


Mr. Eubanks is founder and president of Fermata, Inc., a cause-oriented business involved in researching and developing nature and historical tourism throughout the U.S. and abroad. His interest in eco- or experiential travel grew out of his interest in birding (he has served on the boards of the Houston, Texas and National Audubon Societies), efforts to secure bird sanctuaries (including High Island, Smith Woods, Bolivar Flats, and other neotropical and shore bird preserves), advocacy work to protect habitat (such as fights against the West Side Houston airport and Wallisville reservoir), and study of the broad economic impact of birding and other non-consumptive natural resource uses in Texas.  



April 15, 2002
Austin, Texas
Reel 2192 and 2193

Please see a brief Real Media video excerpt from our interview with Mr. Eubanks.

Please see the video (reels 2192 and 2193) or the transcript of Mr. Eubanks' full interview.






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