Co-Founder of The Wild Source Tanzania
Working for almost two decades as a Wildlife Biologist, Bill has conducted studies on a diverse array of species ranging from endangered butterflies and jumping mice to owls, black bears, wolves and African lions.
Currently, as a Research Associate of the Denver Zoo his focus is as the Principal Investigator of a research project based in Botswana. The study is an effort to mitigate predation by lions on livestock. He is applying a powerful technique, conditioned taste aversion, for the first time on lions and if successful it could be a revolutionary conservation tool for predators around the globe.
Since 2004 Bill has guided small group safaris where he is able to share his knowledge and passion of African wildlife with his guests. As you might imagine Bill is particularly keen in seeking out the great predators and spending time with them to witness their unique behaviors. While the predators and other megafauna are the draw for most visitors and worthy of the attention they receive, Bill also likes to instill an appreciation for all of the diverse life encountered on safari.
Bill serves as a specialist guide for our renowned Big Cats & the Migration Safaris that are generally offered one to two times a year. Bill is also available to guide small private groups on request.