Brian Seasholes

Brian Seasholes
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Brian Seasholes is director of Reason Foundation’s endangered species project. His work deals with wildlife and land-use issues, especially the Endangered Species Act, property rights, wildlife conservation, including private approaches to conservation in the U.S. and around the world, the effects of wind and solar energy generation on wildlife, and the intersection between wildlife conservation and energy development. His writings have appeared in the Forbes, National Review Online, Christian Science Monitor, Houston Chronicle, Orange County Register, and The Washington Times.