James has worked at the CRFPO since 2009 when he was hired on as a Biological Science Technician. As a tech, James learned the vast diversification involved within fisheries biology including interagency communications and acquired the skills needed to be a field biologist. In 2011, he was rehired as a Fisheries Biologist and his primary duties are now to work with the Mark, Tag, Detection and Technology Group, where he helps with implementing hatchery mark and tag programs as well as in-stream tag and detection of both wild and hatchery salmonids.
James graduated from Washington State University in 2009 with a B.S. in Biology and minored in Environmental Sciences.
James can be reached at (360)604-2573 or email at email@example.com