As an avid outdoorsman and a wildlife biologist, Adam spends virtually all of his time focused on nature. In particular, he is currently committing his expertise to using cutting-edge science to predict and document the impacts of development projects on birds, bats and other wildlife.
When Adam first began working on wind energy projects years ago, the technology and science behind assessing potential impacts from wind energy projects was in its infancy. Adam and his team have since put their creativity to work, developing radar and acoustic bat equipment to document bird and bat migration activity at heights near proposed turbines. Their equipment can be deployed in the field, despite severe weather or remote locations, to collect data for long periods of time. He and his team have used this experience as a platform to build their now strong reputation for providing environmental services to the wind power industry.