Dana Duxbury-Fox became fascinated by birds at the age of eight; a fascination that continues today. Over the years, she has travelled widely to see birds, led bird trips, written articles about them, given talks, joined many ornithological organizations, and monitored many species of concern including the Common Loon, Eastern Whip-poor-will, Purple Martin and Common Nighthawk.
Over the past few years, a winter crow roost in a neighboring town caught her fascination. This past winter she and her husband, Bob Fox, with the help of Craig Gibson have monitored and documented this roost. As a result, she has written an article about crows and this roost, raised awareness about the roost and promoted extensive media coverage.