Mary Gilmore

Bat Ecologist/Wetland Scientist


Ms. Gilmore is a member of the EnviroScience team specializing in Threatened and Endangered Bats and Wetland/Stream delineating and permitting.  As an endangered bat biologist, Ms. Gilmore has over 7 years’ experience conducting threatened and endangered habitat assessments and bat surveys.  Ms. Gilmore has a USFWS Indiana bat recovery permit through the extent on the bat’s range and is a Qualified Bat Surveyor with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  Additionally, she has extensive field experience leading mist net surveys, conducting radio telemetry, and knowledge of threatened and endangered bats and their habitat.  As a wetland/stream biologist, Ms. Gilmore has over 5 years’ experience conducting wetland identifications and delineations, stream habitat assessments, and project reporting and permitting.  She is proficient in using Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to map wetland boundaries and ecological features.  Ms. Gilmore has conducted ecological work throughout Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Virginia.

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