As the Rowe Sanctuary Director, Bill Taddicken leads and oversees all Rowe Sanctuary programs on the 2,900-acre Sanctuary and has worked extensively on conservation of the Platte River for Sandhill Cranes, Whooping Cranes, and other wildlife. Bill’s previous positions at Rowe included Assistant Director and Director of Conservation.
Bill has a B.S. in wildlife biology from the University of Nebraska Kearney. He has been dedicated to the conservation of the Platte River for the past 25 years. Bill helped lead the creation of the management plan for the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program and serves on the Governance Committee for the Program since it started in 2007.