is an educator, naturalist, field birder. He is the owner of the Wild about Birds Nature Center, a retail and conservation sales business. Billy is the Director for the Eccles Wildlife Education Center of the State of Utah’s Division of Wildlife Resources. He oversees the environmental education programming and community-engagement activities of the center. He is an accomplished birder by ear, as well as sight. He has been birding for over 20 years throughout the lower 48, as well as Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic. He is a professional birdwatching and natural list guide leading birding adventures throughout the intermountain west and on the Deseret Land and Livestock Ranch, which is a Global and National Audubon Important Bird Area (IBA). He is the Recipient of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Conservation Award for the Western United States. Utah Governor, Gary Herbert, appointed Fenimore to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) Wildlife Board Nominating Committee. Billy also serves as a Wasatch Audubon Committee Board Member. Billy has led and supported many activities that support bird conservation in the area, such as the: Chasing Wild Feather Project, Great Salt Lake Bird Festival, Flammulated Owl Study, Raptor Inventory Nest Surveys, Waterfowl Surveys, Greater Sage-Grouse Lek counts, Trapping and banding projects, Raptor and Owl Banding Projects, School Programs, Audubon Projects, Youth Impact Programs, Eagle and Swan Day Programs, and Habitat Recovery Planting Programs.