To benefit local, regional, and global communities, we conduct scientific research to advance conservation and management of natural resources and we educate the public, scientists, and policy makers about the results and implications of this research.
Conservation Science Global’s (CSG) team of wildlife biologists and data scientists offer a breadth of research capabilities for wildlife and ecosystem conservation and management. We frequently collaborate with state and federal agencies, universities and other research organizations, as well as private entities.
Movement ecology studies
Non-lead ammunition distribution programs
Eagle collision risk modeling
Assessment of eagle mitigation
Human-wildlife interactions and assessments
GIS data analysis and management
Wildlife telemetry data management services
Our team of researchers had been working together from disparate locations and organizations for many years. In November 2016, we decided to form CSG so that we could come together under a common umbrella. This allowed us to meet our goals at a stream-lined, efficient organization. We were incorporated in New Jersey on November 29, 2016.
Our non-profit status was granted in March of 2017 and we hired our first full-time employee, Executive Director & Senior Wildlife Research Biologist, Trish Miller, in September of 2017. Our work is supported mainly by foundation, corporate, and government grants.