Jack’s passion is photographing wildlife in and around Dodge County with special interest in the birds. Jack spent more than a decade doing frog and Woodcock surveys for the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge. This gave him the opportunity to be in the marsh after dark and become familiar with not only the sounds of the frogs and toads calling there, but also the birds that call from dusk into dark. He has monitored nest box trails in Dodge County since the mid 80’s. He and his wife, Holly, took part in the Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas I survey and are doing priority block surveying for the WBBA II. Jack was program chair of the Horicon Marsh Bird Club for 20 years. Jack is a member of WSO and recipient of their Bronze Passenger Pigeon in 2005.