Shoeb is a trained and passionate wildlife biologist based in Bangladesh with over 5 years of research and two years of professional experience. Wildlife ecology, behavior, long-distance wader migration, and human-wildlife conflict mitigation intrigue his research interest. He has been working on ecology, migration phenology, and population monitoring of shorebirds for the last five years. Shoeb was awarded young conservation scientist award from Oriental Bird Club, Uk for studying Shorebird in Teknaf Peninsula. He has a specialization in shorebird research, human-elephant conflict mitigation, and environmental impact assessment (EIA). Shoeb has published more than 15 scientific articles in different national and international peer-reviewed journals. His dream is to contribute to science and policy-making for the co-existence of human wildlife and sustainable environmental development in Bangladesh.