Bryan Windmiller

consulting wildlife ecologist

Bryan Windmiller, holds a PhD in biology and a Master’s degree in Environmental Policy, both from Tufts University. He has worked as a consulting wildlife ecologist since 1987. Bryan’s research interests include: assessing the impacts of residential construction on vernal pool amphibian populations, the conservation of Blanding’s turtles in Concord, Massachusetts, and the ecology of amphibian populations exposed to the emerging fungal disease, chytridiomycosis.

Bryan Windmiller, holds a PhD in biology and a Master’s degree in Environmental Policy, both from Tufts University. He has worked as a consulting wildlife ecologist since 1987. Bryan’s research interests include: assessing the impacts of residential construction on vernal pool amphibian populations, the conservation of Blanding’s turtles in Concord, Massachusetts, and the ecology of amphibian populations exposed to the emerging fungal disease, chytridiomycosis.

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www.hyla-ecological.com
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