RGS and AWS Welcome New Wildlife Biologists for Western Great Lakes
The Ruffed Grouse Society and American Woodcock Society add dedicated professionals to their respected biologist program in Meadow Kouffeld-Hansen in Minnesota and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Scott Walter in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa.
Coraopolis, PA -(AmmoLand.com)- The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) and American Woodcock Society (AWS) recently announced the hiring of new regional wildlife biologists, Meadow Kouffeld-Hansen for Minnesota and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Scott Walter for Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa.
Kouffeld-Hansen and Walter will be responsible for supporting RGS and AWS forest management efforts by working with landowners and government agencies to create healthy forest habitat for ruffed grouse, American woodcock and other wildlife.
“We are extremely excited to add Meadow and Scott to our respected team of wildlife biologists,” said RGS and AWS President and CEO John Eichinger. “They are dedicated professionals who bring documented experience and leadership in wildlife habitat development within their respective regions,” added Eichinger.
Meadow Kouffeld-Hansen joins RGS and AWS from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources where she worked as an assistant area wildlife manager and wildlife habitat contracts administrator. She attended graduate school at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, where she earned her master’s degree …read more