Brad Winn

Director, Shorebird Habitat Management

Brad Winn joined Manomet's Shorebird Recovery Project as a Conservation Specialist in February 2011.


Brad conducts workshops for state and federal land managers and biologists in Gulf Coast states on shorebird habitat conservation. He also gives popular shorebird identification presentations for the public at Manomet headquarters. During the summer he works on the Arctic Shorebird Demographic Network (ASDN) and collaborates with several partners on a long-term Whimbrel tracking project.


Prior to Manomet, Brad worked for 17 years as a Program Manager for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division. While working in Georgia, he took part in several Red Knot studies with Manomet scientists and was a partner in Manomet's Arctic research.


Brad has participated in nine research expeditions to Arctic shorebird breeding areas in Alaska and eastern Canada, including seven with Manomet Director of Shorebird Science Stephen Brown.


He is an accomplished wildlife photographer, and his photos appeared in the 2006 book Arctic Wings: Birds of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.


Recent Publications

Atlantic Flyway Shorebird Business Strategy - Phase 1 (Summary)


Atlantic Flyway Shorebird Business Strategy - Phase 1 (Full Report)


Hurricane Sandy Rapid Assessment Report