Teer, James G.
|born on||13 March 1926 at 04:15 (= 04:15 AM )|
|Place||Granger, Texas, 30n43, 97w27|
|Timezone||CST h6w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||22°05' 12°04 Asc. 02°02'|
American wildlife biologist who served as President of The Wildlife Society 1989-1990, receiving its prestigious Aldo Leopold Award in 1996. He published more than 130 scientific papers, 13 book chapters, and 3 books. He died 19 March 2012.
Sy Scholfield quotes "It’s a Long Way from Llano: The Journey of a Wildlife Biologist" by James G. Teer (Texas A&M University Press, 2008), p. 1: "MY MOTHER, Mary Ella Dohoney Teer, gave birth to me in our home in the Czech community of Granger, Texas, on March 13, 1926. Dr. M. R. Sharp and two women who served as midwives in the community attended my birth. Our home had only coal oil (kerosene) lamps for light--very poor for the task, especially since I was born at 4:15 a.m."
- Vocation : Science : Biology (Wildlife biologist)