Andrew Rossi, B.S.

Wildlife Biologist

Andrew is a Wildlife Biologist with a background in conservation biology. He joined Raedeke in 2016 and has been involved in a variety of different projects ranging from Northern Spotted Owl and Marbled Murrelet surveys to wetland mitigation compliance monitoring and hydraulic projects such as beaver dam removal and stream quality sampling. Andrew graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2013 and has professional experience with leading field crews in academic research projects, wildlife rehabilitation, and environmental volunteer outreach.

Andrew’s responsibilities at Raedeke Associates include project management, endangered species monitoring and habitat surveys, priority habitat species surveys, report preparation, GIS map creation, wetland mitigation monitoring, and assisting with wetland delineations.

Education

B.S. Wildlife and Conservation Biology, University of New Hampshire

Professional Certifications & Affiliations

Certified Inland Marbled Murrelet Surveyor, Pacific Seabird Group
Certified Marbled Murrelet Marine Monitor, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead, Eco-3 in accordance with Dept. of Ecology
Fish Passage Training: Inventory and Assessment of Culvert, Dams, and Fishways, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Pierce County Qualified Wildlife Biologist
Biological Assessment Qualified Author, Washington Department of Transportation