Adam Kreger is a biologist in the Minneapolis, Minnesota office. He received his B.A. in Biology from Grinnell College in 2006 and Master of Environmental Science and Management from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2014. Adam’s graduate research focused on developing monitoring and management strategies for wild pigs at the Tejon Ranch Conservancy in California. In addition to his graduate research, Adam has participated in long term avian surveys in Queensland, Australia and conducted research on the effectiveness of botanical pesticides at the University of Cape Coast, in Ghana. Adam’s areas of expertise include evaluation of T&E species and habitats, GIS analysis, and biological monitoring. Prior to his graduate studies, Adam worked as an ecological restoration technician in Minnesota, an environmental educator in West Virginia and Hawaii, and a wilderness guide in Alaska and Washington.