Paper Topics by Orval FaubusOrval Faubus is a trained wildlife guide, and author of paper topics on African Wildlife. Some of his work includes the memoir 'The Green Line'African Adventures' and most recently, 'Poisonous Animals of the World'. He has a Master's degree in Ecology and Conservation from the University of California, and is a member of the National Association of Natural History Writers, and California Academy of Sciences.
As a published author, Orval Faubus' writing has appeared in a variety of media including the ABAR Awards and Reviews, Notable Book, Journal of Wildlife Management, Wildlife Society, The Association of Mammalogists, and many more. In addition to his numerous academic titles, Orval has written hundreds of articles and book reviews for magazines, newspapers, and online publications. His work has been featured on shows such as Oprah, Nat Geo Wild, Oprah Winfrey's Monster Wife, Burden of Knowledge, Discovery, TV Guide, Good Morning America, and many more.
Orval Faubus' extensive background in African Ecology and Conservation makes him well-placed to teach courses in that field and participate in various wildlife related programs. His training allows him to teach courses in biology, ecology, wildlife management, and conservation.
Orval Faubus' teaching experience has been in the USA, Canada, and Europe, including field work in Botswana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Kenya, and Namibia. He has also done his first years of graduate work at the University of California, Berkeley. While on sabbatical, he spent time at Brookfield Zoo in Chicago, the ZSL in Brighton, England, and the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans. Prior to this, he worked as a research assistant for the Samburu tribe in Zimbabwe and also spent time in Congo as a wildlife guide.
In 2020, Orval Faubus began teaching courses at a school in North Carolina. The school, now called the College of William and Mary, is a secular public institution and focuses on the study of American history, literature, and American culture. He is the co-curator of a series of short paper topics on American history and literature and is currently teaching a series of papers on American literature.
Orval Faubus' tenure as a teacher was interrupted by his acquisition of heart disease. He underwent a six-month period of recuperation and spent time receiving treatment. He has maintained a very healthy diet since, though he does still consume a regular diet of fresh fruits and vegetables. He enjoys camping and climbing, but has not engaged in any activity of a high risk nature since his heart condition.
Orval Faubus is a respected author and teacher. His diverse and interesting paper topics have been a source of inspiration for writers and filmmakers, and his vast knowledge of wildlife and ecology has helped him gain an understanding of conservation practices and conservation science that have benefited the field greatly.