Daniel Greene -

Dan has a BA in Biology from Earlham College, a MS in Forest Resources (Wildlife Ecology and Management focus) from The University of Georgia, and a Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation from the University of Florida. Dan has been working with Florida’s wildlife and their habitats since 2004, and his efforts have spanned from Pensacola to Key West. He has been employed as an Environmental Specialist with The Florida Park Service where he conducted invasive species management throughout the Florida Keys, a wildlife biologist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s Fish and Wildlife Research Institute working with threatened and endangered mammals, a postdoctoral researcher at Texas Tech University studying imperiled birds, and is now a Wildlife Scientist for Weyerhaeuser Company’s southern region where he focuses on maximizing biodiversity on managed and conservation lands. Dan’s research interests include population and community ecology, imperiled species conservation, wildlife-habitat relationships, and influences of climate change on wildlife populations.