Members of Arkansas's birding community come from a diversity of backgrounds, but it’s our shared love for birds that brings us together. Tune in to learn a little more about one of our friends.
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Bill Holimon is Director of the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission (ANHC). During his 19 years with ANHC he has also been the Avian Ecologist, Grants Coordinator, and Chief of Research. Bill received a B.S. in biology from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and an M.S. in biology from New Mexico State University. Previously he worked for The Nature Conservancy in Texas on Golden-cheeked Warblers and Black-capped Vireos, and conducted research Red Crossbills throughout North America. With ANHC, Bill is leading efforts to restore healthy populations of the endangered Red-cockaded Woodpecker in Arkansas. For this he has received the Shug and Luvois Shugart Red-cockaded Woodpecker Conservation Award from Arkansas Audubon Society.
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