Fairbanks Office

David Hejna, B.S.

Field Technician

David Hejna, B.S.

  • Avian Ecology

  • Geographic Information Systems

  • Aerial Wildlife Surveys 


David has spent many years helping with a variety of biological research projects since graduating with a B.S. in Wildlife Science in 2015. He has had the chance to work with cheetahs in Namibia, howler monkeys in Panama, bats in Grand Canyon National Park, and has assisted with many avian studies across the country. A majority of his research has included monitoring populations of threatened and endangered species including California condors, red-cockaded woodpeckers, and little brown bats. Here at ABR, he has helped with our breeding shorebird research, aerial wildlife surveys, as well as various GIS projects.