Teal Richards-Dimitrie is a herpetologist for EnviroScience’s environmental consulting services with experience working on a wide range of wildlife projects. She has worked in many regions of the United States on a variety of taxa with varying state and federal status.
- Arizona – Desert tortoise, reptile and amphibian inventory
- California – Pacific salmonids, Foothill Yellow-Legged Frog, Tailed Frog, Torrent Salamander, Pacific Giant Salamander, Western Pond Turtle, obligate aquatic birds
- Florida – amphibian and reptile communities
- Illinois – Blanding’s and Spotted Turtle
- Maryland – Northern Map Turtle, forest amphibian communities, turtle communities
- New Mexico – Dunes Sagebrush Lizard, Lesser Prairie Chicken
- New York – Bog Turtle, Spotted Turtle, reptile and amphibian communities
- Ohio – reptile and amphibian inventory, listed turtle coordination
- Pennsylvania – Bog Turtle
- Massachusetts – Blanding’s Turtle and associated turtle community
- Texas – reptile and amphibian inventory
Teal has over ten years of reptile and amphibian field survey experience including threatened and endangered species surveys, visual encounter surveys, capture-mark-recapture techniques, radio telemetry, habitat identification and measurement, acoustic monitoring surveys, phlebotomy, and environmental-DNA collection. Additionally, as a member of both private and state agencies in California, Teal has 5 years’ experience in Pacific fisheries. Throughout her career, she has employed a variety of quantitative skills as well as mapping and technical writing for both agency reporting and peer-reviewed publication. Her current role involves collecting high-quality site and species data, reporting, project management, and making recommendations for agency coordination.
Contact TRichards-Dimitrie @ EnviroScienceInc.com