Alicia F. King, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Migratory Bird Program
Alicia F. King is the Communication Coordinator and Urban Bird Treaty Coordinator for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Migratory Bird Program. Alicia served as the coordinator for the communication and outreach of the State of the Birds 2009, 2010 and 2011 reports. She manages the Urban Bird Treaty grant program and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service involvement in International Migratory Bird Day. Alicia Manages the Migratory Bird Program website and Facebook in addition to media and public relations duties for the Migratory Bird Program.
Alicia served as a host on the BirdWatch television program for Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and hosted the Bird Feature segment on Discover the Wild for Wyoming PBS. Alicia created and regularly appeared as the host on the television program For the Birds for the Indianapolis CBS affiliate.
Alicia is the author of the Orvis Beginners Guide to Birdwatching and has written many book chapters, magazine articles, and education brochures. She presents workshops to all age groups on bird identification, conservation issues, habitat creation, Eastern Partnership Whooping Crane Reintroduction, and organizational workshops. Alicia is a songbird rehabilitator, bird bander, and is an avid birdwatcher and lives in the Washington D.C. area.