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Wilson worked as a research assistant in health economics at York University in the United Kingdom, and fused his career with a lifelong interest in birds and conservation when he worked at the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO). He was heavily involved in the Pennsylvania Breeding Bird Atlas project during six years of fieldwork and was lead editor on the Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania.