Senior Wildlife Biologist and Project Manager
Wildlife ecology; designing and performing baseline studies, compliance and construction monitoring plans, habitat assessments and surveys for species of management concern, and mitigation and conservation planning.
M.S., Wildlife Ecology – Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN. Thesis: Landscape – level Determinants of Marsh Bird Occurrence and the Conservation Benefit of Midwestern Reclaimed Coal Mines.
Bachelor of Arts – Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, IA
Double Major in Biology and Secondary Education, with an Endorsement in Coaching.
Bill was raised on the western slope of Colorado in a ranching and mining community and made multiple stints out to the Midwest for educational pursuits. Since 2004, he has called Wyoming home where he enjoys the open spaces; small communities; and rugged, hard-working, genuine people. He likes to stay active whether it’s playing sports, exploring the outdoors, maintaining his garden, working on new landscaping projects, or coaching a variety of youth sports teams. He most enjoys spending time with his wife watching their three kids achieve their potential, but is quite content as well, standing in the middle of a river fly-fishing during a hatch when the fish are feeding!
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