Ms. Willaman is the EnviroScience Project Administrator for Ecological Division. As project administrator she is responsible for project planning and tracking, personnel, equipment, and vehicle scheduling, proposal development, and perspective employee interviews. In addition, Ms. Willaman is a senior member of the Ecological team specializing in the Federally Endangered Indiana Bat and Wetland/Stream delineation and permitting. As an endangered bat biologist she has in-depth USFWS Section 7 consulting experience, knowledge of northeastern bats and their habitat, and years of field survey practice including habitat tree identification, mist-net surveys, acoustic monitoring surveys, and radio telemetry. As a wetland biologist Ms. Willaman has over 13 years of experience delineating wetlands and performing consultation with federal, state and local regulatory agencies regarding jurisdictional determinations, Clean Water Act 401, 404, and Nationwide permitting, mitigation planning, and monitoring. Additionally as a member of the Ecological Division Ms. Willaman has gained experience in plant identification, macroinvertebrate ecology, environmental remediation, avian surveys, entomology studies, wildlife management, endangered species surveys, and mapping techniques using GPS and AutoCAD.
Contact JWillaman @ EnviroScienceInc.com