Bill has a degree in Wildlife Science from the State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry. As our Conservation Biologist, Bill’s work includes writing baseline documentation reports, working with partners and landowners for conservation easement stewardship, grant writing, and leading ecological monitoring efforts. Bill’s work also includes implementing conservation partnerships including the Teton Basin Trumpeter Swan Restoration Project and the Greater Yellowstone Sandhill Crane Conservation Initiative. He has experience working for Idaho Department of Fish and Game, The Trumpeter Swan Society, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and the College of Eastern Idaho. In his spare time, Bill enjoys hiking, bird watching, cooking and spending time with his wife, Anne.