Bo Fethe studied Environmental Science with a Biology concentration at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Throughout his career as an environmental scientist, he has focused his efforts on wildlife studies. He has worked on solar energy generation projects varying in technology, wetland mitigation projects for phosphate mining, and has been a part of several coastal wildlife data projects.
His avian experience includes presence-absence and point count surveys, nesting surveys for seabird and terrestrial species, mist-netting passerines, banding seabirds, habitat restoration for tern colonies, wildlife rehabilitation, and serving as a public tour guide. He has experience monitoring sea turtle nests and working with tortoises conducting preconstruction transect surveys, assisting in health assessments, excavating and constructing burrows, radio telemetry tracking and attaching/repairing transmitters, and translocating to recipient sites.
Bo likes to stay active in the outdoors and enjoys backcountry hiking and birding.