Jack has spent the past 5 years surveying for freshwater mussels, non-game fish, and crayfish throughout the Southeastern U.S. In his current role, Jack serves as a specialist on western freshwater mussel conservation work at Xerces. Jack did his undergraduate studies in wildlife management at Hocking College (Associates of Science) and Eastern Kentucky University (Bachelors of Science). He now holds a Masters of Science degree in biology from Tennessee Tech University.
Endangered Species Conservation Biologist, Freshwater Mussels