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