Greg Wann is a Research Ecologist at the Fort Collins Science Center, who works primarily on conservation issues in the sagebrush and alpine biomes of western North America.
Greg Wann is a research ecologist with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) at the Fort Collins Science Center. He works primarily on conservation issues in the sagebrush and alpine biomes of western North America. Recent research projects include identifying priority habitats promoting greater sage-grouse persistence and assessing the population viability of white-tailed ptarmigan along Colorado’s Front Range. Greg completed postdoctoral training at the University of Georgia and Western Ecological Research Center (USGS) prior to joining the Fort Collins Science Center, where he worked primarily on applied conservation issues in upland gamebird ecology and management.
2020 – present; Post-Doctoral Research Ecologist, USGS-FORT
2018-2020; Postdoc, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
2017-2018; Postdoc, Western Ecological Research Center, Dixon, CA
Education and Certifications
Ph.D., Ecology, Colorado State University
M.S., Ecology, Colorado State University
B.S., Biology, University of Missouri