Craig Fosdick is a senior wildlife ecologist and project manager in the wildlife ecology group in our San Francisco Bay Area office. He has more than 35 years of experience, both professional and recreational, identifying birds by sight and sound. Craig also has a strong background in ecological principles, survey methods, and scientific communication. He has conducted surveys for nesting and roosting burrowing owls and other raptors, including golden and bald eagles. In addition to avian expertise, Craig has worked on projects that involved San Francisco the dusky-footed woodrat, amphibians, bats, western pond turtle, and salmonids. As a senior wildlife ecologist, Craig leads field teams which perform a range of duties to support client projects, including nesting bird surveys, special-status species surveys, habitat assessments, and compliance monitoring. He contributes to NEPA/CEQA reports and environmental compliance documents. His expertise allows him to serve as the lead biologist for many of our nesting bird and construction monitoring projects, and he also trains other team members in nest surveys and interpreting nesting bird behavior.
Craig received an M.S. in Biology from Boise State University and a B.S. in Biology from the State University of New York at Oswego.
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