Another spring banding season came to a close on June 15, 2021. However, this year was a little bit different than most. It marked the end of Trevor Lloyd-Evans’ last banding season as a member of Manomet’s staff. Trevor has retired from his position as Vice President of Environmental Education and Outreach but will continue as a Senior Fellow for Manomet.
Trevor’s career at Manomet has spanned nearly 50 years. He joined the small bird banding operation led by Manomet founder Kathleen (Betty) Anderson and a team of volunteers in 1972 while in his early 20s. Since then, he has built Manomet’s educational programming into a thriving training program for ornithologists and led Manomet’s research on landbird migration for the past 49 years.
Stepping into Trevor’s role is Dr. Molly Jacobs. Molly most recently served as the Chief Scientist and Director of Curriculum and Instruction at Project Oceanology, a nonprofit education and research facility in Groton, CT, dedicated to nurturing student and public interest in and enthusiasm for marine sciences.