Bill Leacock

man in a hat by a river
Biology: Wildlife Biologist

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
101 12th Ave, Room 236
Fairbanks, AK 99701
United States

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About Bill Leacock

Bill Leacock knew even as a young child that he was interested in bears and being outside. Follow his career from southeast Asia to Siberia to Alaska, where he has worked as a bear biologist at Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge and is now the mammal biologist at Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Hear his story on this episode of My Life, Wildlife.