Tyler Worley

Project Ecologist

Growing up in rural Wyoming Tyler has always been connected to the outdoors,
whether up in the mountains spending time fishing at the family cabin or providing a helping hand to farmers during the growing season back home. It made sense to keep with that passion when going to the University of Wyoming where he majored in Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management and graduated in 2010 with a B.S. in Science. After graduation, Tyler began his career with a consulting firm in Golden working as an environmental scientist. He helped implement projects and field activities in support of upstream and midstream oil and gas development and was responsible for performing wetland delineations, characterizing/profiling soils and vegetation. In 2018, Tyler advanced his career with another consulting firm in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, and began working on projects involving CWA 404 permitting, T&E species surveys, raptor and nest surveys, migratory bird surveys, and NEPA documentation.

Outside of work you can find Tyler up in the mountains exploring with his jeep or in the small cozy town of Morrison with his wife Anna, their dog Daisy, and cat Aloha.