Latest News: Ted was recently honored by his high school, T. F. South in Lansing, IL with a Where Will You Soar? display to be added to those of notable alumni such as major league baseball player Curtis Granderson and television actor Jim O'Heir. These exhibits are meant to inspire current high school students. See other notable alumni posters here: rebel_alumni_posters.pdf
Ted T. Cable - professor, author, interpreter of nature... Ted's professional interests include heritage interpretation, human dimensions of wildlife management, and ecotourism in developing countries. Ted enjoys birding, traveling, and writing about these activities. Ted has visited 46 countries and all 50 states and always travels with an eye towards the sky. He has seen almost 4,000 species of birds worldwide and more than 800 species in the United States. Ted is:
An award-winning professor of Park Management and Conservation at Kansas State University
Author of 15 books and more than 200 articles about heritage interpretation, travel and birds. Two of his books have been translated into Chinese. Spanish and Russian translations are being prepared.
Script writer for scenic byway videos and apps.
Provider of keynote addresses, interpreter/tour guide training, and writing workshops throughout the U.S., Africa, Europe, South America and Asia.
Consultant on environmental impact assessments and interpretive planning projects in more than 20 states and several foreign countries.
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