Ann M. Haynes-Sutton Ph.D. is a conservation ecologist who lives and works in Jamaica where she owns and manages Marshall's Pen. She consults on conservation, protected areas, ecological assessments, conservation education and ecotourism.
Ann Sutton has been studying birds, ecology and conservation in Jamaica for more than 30 years. She is the lead author (with Audrey Downer and Robert Sutton) of "A photographic guide to the birds of Jamaica" published by A&C Black in the UK, and Princeton University in the USA. She provides consulting and carries out her own research on seabirds. She also supports organizations that conserve birds and their habitats including Caribbean Coastal Area Management Foundation http://ccamf.org.jm and BirdsCaribbean. She is secretary to the board of BirdsCaribbean http://www.birdscaribbean.org
Marshall's Pen is her home, private nature reserve, cattle property, historic great house and a protected national heritage site. At least 23 of Jamaica's 29 endemic species of birds can be seen there.