Brian Moser is a Certified Wildlife Biologist and a Project Manager/Wildlife Biologist for WEST’s Corvallis, OR office. He earned his PhD in Wildlife Biology at the University of Idaho where he studied Northern Goshawk space use and nesting ecology. He received his BS and MS in Wildlife Biology at Washington State University. He has worked over 20 years in the field of wildlife biology and has experience in wildlife surveys and monitoring, animal space use, habitat assessments, biodiversity planning, wildlife damage management, and forest certification. Brian’s publications include research on raptors, songbirds, ungulates, and small mammals. His diversity of research awards him opportunities to help private and public land managers achieve all of their both regulated and voluntary wildlife stewardship goals.