Vescovi named Associate Wildlife Biologist

- Amanda Vescovi

Amanda Vescovi, assistant environmental scientist, has received the certification of Associate Wildlife Biologist from The Wildlife Society. She works for The Chazen Companies.

The AWB certification is given to an individual who has completed rigorous academic standards and is able to represent the profession as an ethical practitioner. With five years of professional-level wildlife experience, Vescovi will be able to apply for designation of Certified Wildlife Biologist.

Vescovi provides wetland delineation, permitting, and threatened- and endangered-species services with Chazen. She is also on the Planning Committee for The Wildlife Society and is a part of The North American Society for Bat Research and the Northeastern Bat Working Group.

Vescovi is a graduate of the State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill where she received her bachelor’s degree in wildlife management.

The Wildlife Society was founded in 1937 and has an international network of 10,000 leaders in wildlife science. It represents wildlife conservation and ensuring sustainable wildlife populations. The society has a mission to inspire, empower, and enable wildlife professionals to sustain wildlife populations and habitats through science-based conservation.


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