A biologist and project manager, Trevor specializes in work related to renewable energy projects, bat migration, and rare species assessments. He attended Bowdoin College, gaining an undergraduate degree in biology and environmental Studies, and he’s currently enrolled in the University of Maine’s Ecology and Environmental Sciences PhD program.
Trevor’s research focuses on the use of long-term acoustic bat survey data to study bat migration and predict and manage potential impacts from land-based and offshore wind projects. Since joining Stantec in 2003, Trevor has worked on vernal pool water quality and ecological monitoring, spotted turtle inventory and telemetry, vegetation monitoring, and various surveys related to bats, breeding birds, and raptors.
Outside of work, his top priority is spending time with his wife and two daughters. He’s also never short on hobbies: he plays violin in the Midcoast Symphony Orchestra, fiddle and mandolin in String Tide (a folk/Americana band), and performs with a contra dance band and other chamber ensembles when able.