Owned and operated by Dennis Quinn, Quinn Ecological, LLC was founded as CTHerpConsultant, LLC in 2007 to facilitate his pursuit and passion for amphibian and reptile research, conservation and preservation. Quinn Ecological, LLC provides a variety of consulting services ranging from general wildlife and habitat characterization surveys, to detailed environmental impact assessments complete with land use planning, mitigation design and monitoring for local, state and federal governments in addition to the private sector. Having worked directly with a variety of state and federally threatened and endangered species, including the bog turtle, eastern spadefoot and timber rattlesnake, Quinn Ecological, LLC is well suited for solving the complex conservation challenges facing Connecticut today.
Meet the Team
Dennis Quinn received his Master of Arts degree in Ecology & Environmental Science and bachelor’s degree in Biology with a concentration in Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity at Central Connecticut State University. Dennis also completed the New England Regional Soil Scientist certificate program through the University of Massachusetts in 2013. In 2014, Dennis founded www.CTHerpetology.com, an online atlas for the identification of Connecticut's amphibians and reptiles. You can follow CTHerpetology's Facebook @CTHerpetology and on Instagram @dennispquinn.
Jani Quinn holds a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science from North-West University in Potchefstroom, South Africa. Jani's thesis research focused on the creation of an extensive DNA Barcode reference library for the frogs of Northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Jani also holds an Honours BSc in Biodiversity and Conservation Ecology and Bachelor of Science in Botany and Zoology with a minor in Geography. Since moving to the United States, Jani has continued her passion for conservation working with a variety of state and federally listed species implementing protection and management plans. She also serves as the lead trainer and handler for Quinn Ecological's turtle detection dogs Rosie and Wally.