Stacy Wolbert is a Wildlife Biologist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Northcentral Region. Her primary duties include aiding in the implementation of the Game Commission’s Wind Energy Voluntary Agreement, where her focus is on potential impacts to birds and bats. Previously, she was a Habitat Biologist concentrating on the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP).
Before beginning her current position, Stacy worked as a Wildlife Biologist Aide for 6 years in the Commission’s Wildlife Diversity Section. Her duties mainly included working with Indiana bats, Allegheny woodrats, and northern flying squirrels. Stacy has also worked as a crew leader and principal mammalogist for a couple of private consulting companies both here in Pennsylvania and in West Virginia.
Stacy received an Associates degree in Wildlife Technology from Penn State University, DuBois campus and a B.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Science with a minor in Forest Science from Penn State University, University Park. She then went on to pursue her M.S. in Biology from East Stroudsburg University. The title of her thesis was Variation in Bat Activity and Insect Abundance along an Elevational Gradient.
Stacy is a native of Pennsylvania, and grew up in Clarion County, where she enjoyed her youth. She spent much of her time exploring and investigating the outdoors. Stacy is a member of the PA chapter of The Wildlife Society and the Northeast Bat Working Group (NEBWG).