Logan Mccardle originally joined GSRC in 2014 as a field biologist and recently re-joined GSRC in 2022. Logan has over 12 years of experience in conducting ecological field studies. He has participated in wildlife surveys and monitoring efforts in southeastern Louisiana; the southern Sierra Nevada, Central Valley, and southern and central coasts of California; the Allegheny Front in West Virginia; the Lower Rio Grande Valley in Texas; and throughout the northern coast of the Gulf of Mexico. His field experience includes population monitoring and survey work with Federally listed and candidate species including the Pacific fisher (Pekania penanti), giant garter snake (Thamnophis gigas), loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta), Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle, piping plover (Charadrius melodus), arroyo toad (Anaxyrus californicus), Yosemite toad (Anaxyrus canorus), Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog (Rana sierrae), interior least tern (Sternula antillarum), Brand’s phacelia (Phacelia stellaris), saltmarsh bird’s beak (Cordylanthus maritimus ssp. palsutris), Zapata bladderpod (Physaria thamnophila), and Tamaulipan kidneypetal (Ayenia limitaris). Logan has also conducted bat mortality surveys, a number of herpetofaunal community ecology studies, small mammal inventories, invertebrate inventories, avian species inventories, and botanical and rare plant surveys. Additionally, Logan has conducted Phase I Environmental Assessments, Environmental Baseline Surveys, and organized has solid waste management and recycling programs.