Mr. Koronkiewicz is an ecologist/habitat specialist with a background in conducting ecological investigations on the distribution and abundance of living organisms and their habitats. As a research specialist at Northern Arizona University, where he serves as a graduate student adviser, he has developed and managed ecological studies throughout the southwestern United States. Mr. Koronkiewicz has managed numerous threatened/endangered/sensitive avian species surveys including southwestern willow flycatcher, Yuma clapper rail, Western yellow-billed cuckoo, golden and bald eagle, lesser long-nosed bat, and Mexican spotted owl. His most recent studies concentrate on the development and implementation of avian and bat pre- and post-construction studies and habitat/listed species assessment studies as related to renewable energy generation development in Texas, California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Wyoming, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Montana, Oregon, Colorado, and Idaho. Mr. Koronkiewicz is currently involved with the development of several Bird and Bat Conservation Strategies and Eagle Conservation Plans across the United States.