Metroparks is now offering new ways to connect with our friends in Scouting, from meeting spaces to educational programs to meet requirements toward advancement. We can even create quality, custom experiences to sharpen scouting skills.
Outdoor Skills Specialist
Bill is a lifelong resident of eastern Lucas County, has been a naturalist since 2004 and has worked at Metroparks for seven years. He has an Associates of Applied Science degree from Hocking College in wildlife management. Bill enjoys hunting, fishing, woodworking, camping with his wife and two children, paddle sports, archery and gardening. He specializes in interpreting the Great Black Swamp and riverine ecology; mammals, waterfowl and other gamebirds; fish; reptiles; amphibians; and forestry. Bill is a certified instructor for canoeing, kayaking, archery and Passport to Fishing, as well as a Boy Scout merit badge counselor.