Scott Conover joined WEST in 2013 as a Field Technician and recently transitioned to a Wildlife Biologist in our Pennsylvania office. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Christopher Newport University in 2012. At WEST he has primarily been involved with acoustic and mist net surveys for northern long-eared bats and Indiana bats, wind energy post-construction monitoring projects, lesser prairie-chicken aerial surveys, white-tailed prairie dog colony digitization, golden eagle aerial nest surveys, and thermal video analysis. He also coordinates and supervises field projects in the Mid Atlantic. Since 2009, Scott has been working with bats in various capacities including mist netting, abandoned mine habitat assessments and custom infrared camera development. He continues to expand his knowledge in the fields of GIS and wildlife management strategy.