Colin Huber is a biologist and environmental scientist with a background working in a number of distinct environments and ecosystems. From the desert southwest to the Appalachian Mountains, he has experience in conducting various types of surveys for rare and endangered bats, reptiles, amphibians, fish, plants, and insects. He has worked cooperatively with the private and public sectors on a wide array of ecological restoration projects including stream and wetland restorations, prescribed burns, bat gate installation, invasive species management plans, and pollinator plantings.
As a Staff Scientist with Ecosystem Services, he conducts environmental assessments prior to project implementation and follows up with monitoring post implementation. His respect and appreciation of the natural world and all its inhabitants drives the work he does.