Joe Rogerson, Wildlife Program Manager - Species Conservation & Research
Joe Rogerson is the program manager for the Wildlife Species Conservation & Research Program.
Audrey DeRose-Wilson, Biodiversity Program Manager
This position implements the Delaware Wildlife Action Plan, issues scientific collection permits and oversees the wildlife rehabilitation program.
Holly Niederriter, Wildlife Biologist
Holly Niederriter oversees Delaware's Bat Program which conducts research and monitoring, including volunteer emergence counts and acoustic surveys. She is also responsible for responding to issues concerning small mammals that are not hunted and is implementing the Delmarva Fox Squirrel Conservation Plan.
Shorebird and Marshbird Biologist (Vacant)
The Delaware Shorebird Project focuses on protecting migratory and nesting shorebirds through the implementation of the Delaware Shorebird Conservation Plan and conducts research and surveys for shorebirds and marshbirds.
Wildlife Biologist (Vacant)
The Piping Plover Program monitors and protects breeding areas of piping plovers in Delaware, monitors other beach nesting birds (American oystercatchers, least terns, common terns and black skimmers) and colonial waterbirds (gulls, terns, herons, egrets) and conducts environmental reviews.
Environmental Review Coordinator/Wildlife Biologist (Vacant)
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William A. McAvoy, Botanist
Bill McAvoy is responsible for documenting the status and distribution of the flora of Delaware, with an emphasis on rare and uncommon species. He is the primary author of The Flora of Delaware: An Annotated Checklist, and maintains the Flora of Delaware Online Database.
Eric Ness, Deer Biologist
Eric Ness manages and conducts research on all of the mammals that are hunted and/or trapped in Delaware. He also manages the Division of Fish & Wildlife's deer damage assistance programs.
Justyn Foth, Gamebird Biologist
Justyn Foth is responsible for research and management of waterfowl and upland gamebirds, such as mourning dove, wild turkey and woodcock, for the Division of Fish & Wildlife.
Charles J. Baird, Furbearer Biologist
Jesse Baird manages and conducts research on the furbearing mammals that are hunted and/or trapped in Delaware with the exception of deer. He also manages the Wildlife Control Operator program which authorizes permitted individuals to conduct control activities on problematic wildlife.
Jason Davis, Private Lands Biologist
Jason Davis is responsible for providing technical and financial assistance to private landowners in Delaware who are interested in establishing, enhancing, and/or managing wildlife habitat on their lands in order to benefit species of greatest conservation need identified in the State Wildlife Action Plan.
Nathan Nazdrowicz, Herpetologist
Nate Nazdrowicz oversees issues concerning amphibians and reptiles in Delaware and coordinates Operation Terrapin Rescue and the Delaware Amphibian and Reptile Atlas Project.