Guest Leader / NJ Audubon
About Dale Rosselet
Dale Rosselet is NJ Audubon’s Vice President for Education and oversees the organization’s education programs, center operations and eco-travel program. She has extensive experience leading field trips and conducting workshops and has led eco-tours for NJ Audubon for over 20 years. Dale is a New Jersey native, having grown up near the Great Swamp in northern New Jersey and now resides in Cape May County.
Dale has led domestic tours to South Florida and the Dry Tortugas, Texas (Rio Grande Valley and Big Bend area), Washington State, Montana and New Mexico. She has also led tours to Mexico, Churchill and Manitoba, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Panama, Peru, Ecuador and Brazil. In addition to tours for NJ Audubon, she has done extensive traveling throughout the Caribbean and Central America, and birded in Israel and Kenya.
Dale has co-authored several NJ Audubon publications including Wild Journeys: Migration in New Jersey and two teacher education curriculum guides Bridges to the Natural World and New Jersey WATERS: Watershed Approach to Teaching the Ecology of Regional Systems. She co-authored, with her husband Kevin Karlson, Birding by Impression: A Different Approach to Knowing and Identifying Birds (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2015).