More about Bridger Dawson
Bridger Dawson is a passionate advocate for wildlife conservation and road ethics. He is currently working as an Environmental Scientist with the Oregon Department of Transportation, where he works to ensure that roads are safely built and maintained in order to protect wildlife crossings. Bridger has always been a strong believer in protecting our environment and wildlife, which led him to his current job.
Before joining the Oregon Department of Transportation, Bridger worked as a Conservation Officer for the Idaho Fish & Game Agency. During his time there, he was responsible for monitoring migratory animal species and enforcing hunting regulations. He also worked with other officers in conducting field surveys to document animal populations and assess habitat conditions. During this time, Bridger gained extensive knowledge of local ecology, which has proven invaluable in his current role.
In addition to his work in the field, Bridger also holds degrees from Boise State University and Oregon State University in Ecology and Wildlife Science. This education has allowed him to better understand the needs of local species and make informed decisions on road construction projects related to their habitats.
Bridger’s dedication to wildlife protection extends beyond his day job; he is actively involved with multiple organizations that promote ethical roadway construction through public outreach and education. He also volunteers with local parks, providing educational programs on wildlife conservation and habitat protection.
Bridger’s passion for protecting our environment and wildlife continues to grow every day, inspiring others to take action. He hopes that his work will help ensure a brighter future for our planet and all its inhabitants.