Jordan Harrison joined WEST as a biologist/field coordinator in the Bozeman, Montana office. Jordan first joined WEST as a biological field technician in 2007 in the Pacific Northwest region and has over 12 years of experience conducting field work and writing. In 2006 he received his B.S. in Environmental Science from Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Jordan has previous experience working for various agencies, universities, and nonprofits across the western U.S. and in three other countries. Examples of his experience include conducting pre- and post-construction studies for various energy projects, aerial surveys, waterfowl surveys, rare plant and grassland assessments, trapping and instrumenting numerous raptor species (including eagles) over 500 raptor nest entrees, and training technicians to conduct field studies. Jordan has published scientific papers on raptors, and he is an expert in field ornithology with an emphasis on raptor biology (especially eagles).