EXPERT IN LOST PERSON BEHAVIOR, A DOUBLE HOO IN BIOLOGY

EXPERT IN LOST PERSON BEHAVIOR, A DOUBLE HOO IN BIOLOGY
July 29, 2022

With a success rate of 96%, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone better suited to find you if you got lost in the woods. Or in a city. Or even your own neighborhood.

Robert Koester is a world-renowned lost-person behavioralist, and has been honing his very unique craft for more 40 years.

He is a double Hoo, holding two degrees from the University of Virginia: a Bachelor of Arts in biology in 1985 and a Master of Science in biology, with an emphasis in neuroscience, in 1989 – credentials he says catapulted his career.

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Photo credit: Robert Koester wrote the definitive book explaining how to find lost people: “Lost Person Behavior: A Search and Rescue Guide on Where to Look – for Land, Air and Water. (Photos by Dan Addison, University Communications)