Every arborist or tree care professional may find a situation in the field that requires the advanced knowledge and expertise of a Qualified Biologist. Becoming a Certified Wildlife ProtectorSM will help you determine which scenarios are within your means and which will need the assistance of a professional biologist. The following biologists have completed WTI training. WTI has reviewed the credentials of each biologist listed below and determined they are qualified to perform nesting bird surveys and monitoring.
Please contact any of the below Qualified Biologists to assist you in your field work, as necessary, and help protect our most vulnerable species while complying with state and federal laws.
|CA||Danville||Ryan M. Formosa||Sequoia Ecological Consultingemail@example.com||sequoiaeco.com|
|CA||Oak Park||Daniel S. Cooper||Cooper Ecological Monitoring, Inc.||firstname.lastname@example.org||cooperecological.com|
|CA||Sacramento||Jeff A. Alvarez||The Wildlife Projectemail@example.com||thewildlifeproject.com|
|CA||Sacramento||Kevin P. Cahill, M.S.||H. T. Harvey & Associatesfirstname.lastname@example.org||harveyecology.com|
|CA||Sacramento||Kyla Garten||The Biophilia Groupemail@example.com||biophiliagroup.com|
|CA||Sacramento||Zachary A. Cava||The Biophilia Groupfirstname.lastname@example.org||biophiliagroup.com|
|CA||Ventura||David N. Lee||Davey Resource Groupemail@example.com||dnlenv.com|
|TX||Austin||Patrick N. Garnett||Freese and Nichols, Inc.|| 512-924-3955|