Adam worked on the BirdNote team for more than 10 years, managing listener engagement, outreach, and digital media. His interest in birding started when he was a child, when he first saw an Acorn Woodpecker in California. Thirty years and six continents later, he’s still an avid birder. From 2005 to 2012, Adam managed the numerous projects of the science program at Seattle Audubon and served on the board of the Washington Ornithological Society. In May 2015, Adam moved to Washington, DC, to direct the web strategy of Conservation International. He is a Master Birder and nature enthusiast, an avid runner, periodic cyclist, and all-around technology geek.
Nature is vital to our livelihoods and emotional well-being, and birds are a ubiquitous and uplifting reminder of the moral imperative to protect it. Through compelling storytelling on air and online, BirdNote is poised to deliver this message to millions of people every day.