Bill Stewart
Project Leader

Since 2006, Bill has served as Conservation Chair for the Delmarva Ornithological Society (DOS) and is the founder of the Delaware Bird-A-Thon, a fund-raising event for purchasing migratory shorebird habitats in Delaware. As one of the founding members of the Delaware Birding Trail Committee, Bill also founded the Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Webcam Project. In 2009, Bill was recipient of the Conservation Award from the Delaware Nature Society, the DNREC’s 2009 Division of Fish and Wildlife Volunteer Award and the Citizens Service Award from the United States Department of Interior.

Greg Moore
Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
Greg is the Wildlife Section Administrator for the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC)’s Division of Fish and Wildlife and serves as their representative in all aspects of the project, advising other team members on policies and procedures pertaining to the project and its future development.

Joe Sebastiani
Delaware Nature Society

As team leader in the Member’s Program at the Delaware Nature Society, Joe has led numerous guided trips through North America. As the lead member for Data Collection and Analysis, his expertise as a birder is an invaluable asset in training our volunteer Glass Strike Monitors.

Dr. Jean Woods
Delaware Museum of Natural History

As Curator of Birds for the Delaware Museum of Natural History, Dr. Woods is well prepared to coordinate the Bird Specimen Collection and Data Collection protocols for Glass Strike Monitors’ efforts.

Bob Bryant
Tri-State Bird Rescue and Research

Bob is a Board Member and Treasurer of Tri-State Bird Rescue and Research (TSBRR), a world-renowned conservation organization. He is also a Delmarva Ornithological Society member and a Cornell Lab of Ornithological Citizen Scientist. Bob is our acting liaison for Lights Out! Wilmington and Tri-State Bird Rescue and Research, providing guidelines and procedures designed by TSBRR staff for the handling and processing of all injured birds.

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