David Moskowitz provides professional consulting regarding wildlife projects and wildlife issues. Previous clients include Wildlife Conservation Society, Western Transportation Institute, United States Forest Service, Alberta Conservation Association, Conservation Northwest, and Western Wildlife Outreach (formerly Grizzly Bear Outreach Project).
The focus of David’s work is on various applications of non-invasive research methods. Designed to detect and study wildlife without needing to actually handle or even observe directly, these methods provide safe, cost effective, and accessible methods to answer many contemporary wildlife research and management questions.
Areas of specific expertise include:
- Wildlife tracking, remote cameras, field collection of genetic samples. Using wildlife tracking techniques, either independently or in conjunction with other non-invasive research techniques for scientific research, mitigation studies, and conservation initiatives.
- Practical knowledge of the natural history and ecology of North American mammals, and skill in locating low density and inconspicuous species using wildlife tracking techniques independently and in conjunction with literature and GIS research.
- Project Management: Design, implementation, leadership and management of wildlife field projects, expeditions, outdoor education programming, citizen science.
- Observer Reliability: Assessing and increasing Observer Reliability on field studies.