Tony Henehan grew up in Upstate New York, where he attended SUNY Cobleskill for his bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Management. After graduating, he moved to Arkansas to work with Brown-headed Nuthatches, and South Florida to work with birds, sea turtles, and indigo snakes. Upon completion of these positions, Tony attended Texas A&M- Kingsville for his master’s degree in Rangeland and Wildlife Management studying the effects of large scale grassland restoration on wildlife. From there, Tony accepted a wildlife biologist position with Texas Parks and Wildlife in the Rio Grande Valley. Currently
Tony works with Las Palomas WMA, private landowners, and municipalities to create wildlife management plans and conduct research. Tony is studying urban Green Jays, hummingbirds, and parrots in the RGV.