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1219 Classen Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Phone: (405) 286-9326
Fax: (405) 600-3400
Lead Environmental Ecologist and Wildlife Biologist Lead ArcGIS Specialist

Prior to graduating from Oklahoma State University in 2004, Will Dillsaver gained experience in the wildlife field working on research projects involving the American Burying Beetle, a federally endangered species native to Oklahoma, Pacific White Shrimp, and Cobia, a large saltwater fish. Will specializes in habitat evaluations, endangered species surveys, water quality testing, and soil samples.  Will is specialized in endangered species including the red-cockaded woodpecker, American burying beetle, lesser-prairie chicken, interior least tern and a variety of bat species.

Will is also the Lead ArcGIS Specialist and runs the mapping department at Reagan Smith. He is a current member of the Oklahoma City Association of Petroleum Landmen (OCAPL).

  • B.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Ecology, Oklahoma State University
  • USFWS Section 10 Biologist American burying beetle and Red-cockaded Woodpecker
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