Zack Royle works as a Habitat Restoration Coordinator in the Sandy Hook office. His work involves assisting with the management of grants, scientific monitoring, educational outreach, and permitting.
Prior to joining the American Littoral Society, Zack worked for seven years in the private sector as an environmental consultant.
Zack has extensive experience in wetland delineations, and species and habitat monitoring.
He lives in Toms River, NJ.
In my spare time, I enjoy boxing, reading, and spending time with my family. My favorite authors are Michael Crichton and Steven King. I also like learning and practicing primitive wilderness survival skills and identifying edible plants. I'm a sucker for any BBQ show on TV.
For my Master's thesis, I studied American black bear and raccoon presence in the NJ Pine Barrens.
I am interested in animal behavior, particularly animal cognition and emotion with a focus on improving animal welfare.
B.A. Environmental Studies
18 Hartshorne Drive, Suite 1
Highlands, NJ 07732