Josh Suich is a Naturalist at World Bird Sanctuary.
Josh enjoys spending time in nature and observing wildlife. His passion for birds really developed during his internship at the World Bird Sanctuary in the Fall of 2010. The experiences he had caring for raptors and working with powerful birds that had unique personalities were life changing!
In the following years, Josh embarked on a series of adventures, including shorebird surveys along the Gulf Coast, a project involving point counts and Wood Thrush demographics, and Worm-eating Warbler research.
These experiences inspired him to attend Eastern Kentucky University, where he studied American Kestrel behavior and received his Masters in Biology at the end of 2016. He came back to World Bird Sanctuary in July 2017 to work on their trail system, and then joined the team as a Naturalist at the Education Training Center.