Todd began his career at the Trust working as Rushton Farm’s Agroecology Project Coordinator where he documented all forms of life at the farm, adding significant data to the Rushton bird banding data on migratory neotropical songbirds and Northern Saw Whet Owls. Since then, he transitioned to providing technical support to the Motus project by building the sensorgnomes and installing and maintaining Motus receiver stations across Pennsylvania. He has now migrated to New England where he manages and installs 50 Motus receiving stations as the New England Motus Project Technician!
Todd's favorite part about working at Willistown Conservation Trust?
“As a young biologist, the community has given me the opportunity and support to pursue new field projects, like Agroecology at Rushton Farm Preserve or the Northeast Motus Collaboration that I find valuable and worthwhile.”