Welcome

Please type in the form below your questions about my Consulting Biologist field survey*, regulatory, and permitting services that I have conducted since 1998, then click on the “Submit” button,  BELOW or click here for information about my Birding Tours that I have led for 25+ years as a Birding Guide, per how GuidedBirding.com features me. 

 

Contact me now by clicking here or learn more about my services at my full web site — warblerwatch.com — by clicking here.

Above, or at warblerwatch.com, you can:

  • click on my resume to learn about my environmental consulting experience as a long-time Certified Wildlife Biologist Associate. 
  • learn that my clients include private landowners, environmental consulting firms, engineering firms, local planning departments, and neighborhood groups — all of which hire me as a consultant to assist with baseline field surveys and/or pre-construction and/or pre- tree removal surveys. Post survey, my followup compliance reports are submitted to owners, stakeholders, planning departments, and government agencies (e.g., US Fish & Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish & Wildlife, US Army Corps of Engineers, Regional Water Quality Control Board, among others). For example, a typical bird survey I conduct occurs to ensure a client complies with applicable local, state, and federal regulatory codes, regulations, and/or law(s) related to the protection of nesting rare and common bird species, such as Ridgway’s Rail (for which I possess a federal survey permit, along with others for California Tiger Salamander and California Red-legged Frog).

My birding experience and bird guiding tours for the last 30+ years include San Francisco Bay Area birding tours and California bird watching tours as a California birding guide, San Francisco birding guide and Marin County birding guide.

Thus: perhaps you’d like to visit the best, “Prime Time” birding hotspots? If so, here are two of the finest options in the San Francisco Bay Area: 1) Sonoma County, where I regularly lead Sonoma County birding tours to see Bodega Bay birdsand 2) Point Reyes National Seashore where more than 490 bird species have been detected, including dozens of vagrants — the Prime Time birding hotspots for which I know and am glad to share with you on a birding outing.

Also, please click here to learn about my upcoming Tanzania (Africa) birding tour (February 19 – March 2, 2018). Concurrent with birding in hot spots such as Arusha National Park that features hundreds of species — including the Tawny, Fish and Verreaux Eagle — we’re likely to encounter lions, tigers, elephants, zebra, giraffe, Cape buffalo, black-and-white Colubus monkey, and other mammals.  For more information and registration, please contact teri@travelwithteri.com, travelswithterri.com 

My warblerwatch.com web site also features a link to my blog in relation to college-level birding classes I have taught since 2003 as an Adjunct Faculty member at Merritt College (Oakland, CA) and where class registration occurs via peralta.edu for my current “Raptors Of The SF Bay Area” (BIOL 80A) (September 6 – November 4, 2017). 

In addition, please click on my web site’s Birding Links section where a “pull down” menu list my “Nature Watch Phenology Calendar” of terrestrial and sky events, several of which appear for each month corresponding to natural phenomena specific to central and northern California.

Click here if you wish to hear me discuss “birding by ear” in a recent brief interview on the Earth News Journal.

(I value your privacy, so your email address will never be shared or sold, I promise.)

{* = I possess a federal 10(a)(1)(A) permit to conduct field surveys for state of California and federal rare, listed species: Ridgway’s Rail (formerly California Clapper Rail), California Tiger Salamander, and California Red-legged Frog.}

 

 

 

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