Village Pond Park Renovation Project Interview with AquaBio

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Village Pond Park Renovation Project Interview with AquaBio

AquaBio has been working for the City of Lake Forest as a wildlife consultant on the Village Pond Park Renovation Project. In recent years, the park has been inundated with abandoned pets like domestic geese, ducks and pet turtles which has negatively impacted the health of the animals and environment. AquaBio was brought on in order to ensure their safe removal and relocation.

Below is an interview with CEO/Founder DeAna Hayashi and Staff Biologist Drew Adamski conducted by the city to explain the animal management plan in greater detail.

About the Author:

Before becoming AquaBio’s Staff Biologist, Drew received a BSc in Molecular Environmental Biology from UC Berkeley. He previously worked for the California Department of Fish & Wildlife as a Scientific Aid performing marine surveys to help understand population dynamics of California’s diverse coastal fishery. He came to AquaBio in December of 2016 and has enjoyed the opportunity to perform hands-on restoration work as well as develop solutions to urban environmental and wildlife issues. Certifications: • Qualified Applicator License QAL – California Department of Pesticide Regulation, (DPR) Agriculture Commission

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