Co-founder and President, received his Ph.D. from Purdue University in wildlife ecology. His dissertation was entitled "Control of reproduction in overabundant white-tailed deer populations". In addition to being certified as a wildlife biologist by the Wildlife Society, he holds research affiliate positions with Rutgers University, University of Illinois, Trinity College of Hartford, and the Denver Zoological Society. Dr. DeNicola has 30+ publications in reputable scientific journals and has presented at numerous professional conferences.
Wildlife population control specialist, received his Bachelor's degree in wildlife management from Purdue University in 1997. Prior to coming to WBI he spent 2 years on Santa Catalina Island working on a feral goat and pig eradication program. Ryan has been with WBI for 10 years and his field experience also contributes to the success of all our programs.
Wildlife biological technician, currently working on his Bachelor’s Degree
in wildlife biology at the University of Southern Maine. Andrew has been
working with WBI for 7 years while attending school and the Army
National Guard full time. Andrew’s field experience continues to contribute
to the success of all our programs