Kasey Clark is an ecologist with six years of professional experience. She joined AES in 2013 with the primary role of conducting pre- and post-construction monitoring at wind farms in Michigan, including fatality surveys, bat acoustic monitoring, bald eagle monitoring, habitat mapping/turbine siting, and permitting/permit reporting. Kasey excels at researching, analyzing, and assembling data related to fatality surveys at wind farms. She has trained wind farm employees and serves as an on-call biologist in order to assist wind farms in proper documentation and procedures for incidental fatalities, as well as assisted with federal permitting and reporting of T&E species and wetlands.
Before joining AES, Kasey worked extensively with threatened, endangered, and declining bird species such as Interior Least Terns and Piping Plovers by conducting radio telemetry, nesting success, and survival studies for the USFWS, USGS, and The Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center.