Cyndi Routledge is a Federal Licensed Master bird bander and CEO of Southeastern Avian Research in Clarksville, Tennessee. In addition to her non-profit research work with SEAR, Cyndi does avian conservation contract work for The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and manages the Tennessee Watchable Wildlife webpage.
Cyndi is the current secretary of the Tennessee Ornithological Society, President of the Nashville Chapter of TOS, past President of the Warioto Audubon Society, long time volunteer with the Hummer Bird Study Group, past Co-Chair and Education chair of the Tennessee Sandhill Crane Festival and works with The International Crane Foundation and Wheeler Wildlife Refuge to educate children and insure the preservation of the Whooping Crane, one of the world’s most endangered species of birds.
Cyndi resides in Clarksville with her husband optometrist Dr. Steve Routledge. They have 4 children and 5 grandchildren.
Steve and Cyndi are avid birders and love to travel.