Senior Wildlife Biologist
Bill Webb possesses more than 28 years of experience in biological studies encompassing various roles in ecological consulting, research, and college instruction. Dr. Webb’s professional experience as a wildlife biologist includes wildlife surveys and monitoring, regulatory agency permitting and compliance, and biological impact analyses. Dr. Webb has served private, public, and non-profit clients. Dr. Webb’s experience as a biologist spans all phases of project completion. His project experience includes planning, surveying, data collection, analyses, and technical writing. Dr. Webb has project management and supervisory experience as both an ecological consultant and as a scientific researcher.
Dr. Webb is a seasoned field biologist with substantial experience ranging from wildlife ecology to restoration ecology. He is highly knowledgeable about Northern California ecosystems, local conservation issues, and impacts on sensitive species. His field experience includes conducting surveys for California red-legged frog, California tiger salamander, foothill yellow-legged frog, western burrowing owl, western pond turtle, San Joaquin kit fox, Alameda whipsnake, San Francisco dusky- footed woodrat, Swainson’s hawk, nesting birds, and special-status bats.
Dr. Webb’s analytical skills include the use of statistical programming for data analyses, data visualization, and for increasing overall operational efficiency using applications such as Python and R. Dr. Webb possesses a keen interest in spatial ecology and the use of geospatial approaches (i.e. GIS) for data analyses and visualization.
Dr. Webb has contributed to several scientific and technical reports as both an ecological consultant and as a scientist. Some of the environmental documents he has contributed to include landscape management plans, mitigation monitoring reports, California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreements (1602 permits), Clean Water Act section 401 permit applications, Clean Water Act section 404 permit applications, Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) documents, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents, Natural Environment Studies (NES), Biological Resource Assessments (BRA), and Preliminary Environmental Analysis Report (PEAR) documents.