Brett Johnson is an Urban Biologist with the City of Dallas Park and Recreation Department (a.k.a. Senior Environmental Coordinator). For about 12 years, he covered the eastern half of the DFW Metroplex, being most well-known for dealing with coyote and cattle egret issues, urban feral hog management, and urban bobcat study, just to name a few. A major function of his position is to develop a “Natural Resource Management Plan” for the Parks and Recreation Department.
He is visiting the Dallas Office to share his presentation on water quality improvement, pollinator conservation, and co-existing in an urban environment.