Marc Hayes

Olympia Washington

Dr. Hayes is a research ecologist and herpetologist with 39 years of field experience with amphibians and reptiles. He has supervised >60 projects addressing the ecology and habitat needs of amphibians and reptiles in California, Florida, Oregon, Washington, Costa Rica, and Mexico. He has worked with diverse entities ranging from the US Forest Service; the California Department of Fish and Game; the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife; the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife; US Fish and Wildlife Service; the Nature Conservancy; Stillwater Sciences, Inc.; the California Academy of Sciences, and a suite of additional private entities. His research has focused on the ecology of amphibians and reptiles, including stillwater breeding ranid frogs and toads; plethodonid salamanders; and stream-associated amphibians in timber-managed landscapes.

  • Work
    • Sr Research Scientist, WA Dept of Fish & Wildlife
  • Education
    • PhD University of Miami