- Wildlife Biology
- Wildlife Management
- National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) writing and compliance
- Endangered Species Act (ESA) consultation and determination
- Geographic Information System (GIS)
- Burned Area Emergency Rehabilitation (BAER)
- Emergency Section 7 Consultation
- Interagency/Cooperative Conservation Strategies
- Restoration Ecology
- Avian Ecology
- Grazing Management
- Bachelor of Science, Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, University
- Masters of Science, Wildlife Biology, University of Montana
- The Wildlife Society
- The Montana Wildlife Society, President 2004
Mount, D. and Logan, B. 1993. Genetic analysis of Rumex orthoneurus and Rumex occidentalis species by the RAPD marker technique. Proceedings of Southwestern rare and endangered plant conference. New Mexico Forestry and Resources Conservation Division. Misc. Publication No.2.
Tewksbury, J.J.; Black, A.B.; Nur, N. Saab; S; Logan; B.D.; Dobkin, D.S. 2002. Effects of anthropogenic fragmentation and livestock grazing on western riparian bird communities. Studies in Avian Biology: Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 158–202.
Logan, B. 2001. Avain community composition and nesting productivity relative to cattle grazing in North-central Montana. Master’s thesis. University of Montana: Missoula, MT. 60 pp.
Brian has a diverse background working for a variety of entities, including private non-profit, academic, state, and federal agencies. Brian has worked for The Nature Conservancy, University of Arizona Genetics Lab, Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, Canadian Wildlife Service, Foothills Model Forest, and for AB Canada. Additionally, Brian has worked on projects with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, Montana Wildlife Federation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Bureau of Land Management. He also worked as a zone wildlife biologist for the Lewis and Clark National Forest.
Brain has worked with TEAMS since 2004.