Alison began her work at the Trust as a Bird Conservation intern in the fall of 2013, and luckily for us, she hasn’t left since! With over 20 years of bird monitoring and banding experience, Alison has played a key role at the Rushton Woods Banding Station, as well as the Northeast Motus Collaboration where she works with landowners to establish Motus Wildlife Tracking receiving stations. When Alison isn’t busy doing all things birds here at the Trust, she spends her time lecturing at the University of Pennsylvania, enjoying walks in the woods, and of course, birding with her husband and two children.
Alison's favorite part about working at Willistown Conservation Trust?
I love the commitment, drive and passion for birds and conservation of everyone at the Trust.