Couch, Leo K. (Deceased)
Leo was born on July 5, 1896. He worked as a biologist for the Biological Survey. In 1949, Fish and Wildlife Director Al Day announced that Leo would be the Service’s coordinator for the cooperative waterfowl studies in the Pacific Flyway. Leo served in that capacity until mid-1951. He published 14 articles between 1929 and 1954, most dealing with wildlife management, especially in regard to trapping and predators . Leo was elected to the Washington Biologists’ Field Club in 1938 and an honorary member in 1974. Leo died on May 14, 1974.