Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program:
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Staff Member

Kimberley Corwin

Kim Corwin

Phone: (518) 402 - 8965


  • MS University at Albany 1999
  • BA Hartwick College 1991


Kimberley Corwin is an Ecologist with a specialty in birds and herps, and has experience as a scientific editor. She joined the New York Coop Unit in October 2011 to assist with the revision of the New York State endangered species list and the Species of Greatest Conservation Need list. She is stationed in Albany, NY within the NYSDEC's Bureau of Wildlife. Prior to this work, Kimberley was the Project Coordinator of the NYS Breeding Bird Atlas Project and Co-Editor of the resulting publication, The Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in New York State. Most recently, she spent a year working in Louisiana on the emergency oil spill response following the Deepwater Horizon explosion.

Research Publications Publication Date
Zuckerberg, B., W. F. Porter, and K. Corwin. 2009. Implications of the abundance-occupancy rule: can atlas data be used to monitor avian population change? Journal of Animal Ecology 78:172-181. October 2009
Technical Publications Publication Date
McGowan, K.J. and K. Corwin, eds. 2008. The Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in New York State. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY. December 2008