Appearance: Red-brown hair, trimmed goatee, heavy build
Occupation: Wildlife Rescue
Possessions on Person: Springfield 1911A .45, 15 rounds of .45 ACP (7 in clip + 1 chamber, 7 in additional clip), leather holster (small of back), Taurus Ultra-lite .38 revolver, nylon hoslter (ankle), 5 rounds .38 +P, multi-tool, wallet ($70, 1 CC, licenses), single edged non-folding knife on belt, small LED flashlight
Possessions in Truck (1994 F350 Crew Cab): Jumper cables, steel chain (30 ft), nylon rope (40 ft), oil (2 quarts), antifreeze (1 gal), first aid kid, survival knife, disposable ponchos (2), box of fruitroll ups, heavy duty flashlight, 'pump' friction flashlight, lighter, small tool box (half dozen wrenches, clippers, screw driver, few nuts and bolts), tire iron, change of clothes (tshirt, jeans, socks, overshirt), one CO2 air rifle with 5 tranq darts (dog sized) & 5 tranq darts (small animal sized), half dozen cans of catfood (wet), 2 one gallon jugs of water
Born and raised in the Sunshine state, Tabor dropped out of zoology courses early in his college career to work for a local wildlife refuge. Learning to deal with a wide variety of animals very stupid people smuggled into the state and released into its hospitable enviroment it was only a few years later that he and a few other of the local crew put together a small company specializing in exotics.
It wasn't making anyone rich, but it wasn't a bad living either. Most of their work came from local Fish and Wildlife and animal control agencies when something particularly large or odd found its way where it shouldn't be. Big snakes were big business.
Single, Tabor's social life generally consists of hitting Ybor occasionally with a few friends and coworkers or indulging in the more nerdly pursuits of internet gaming. His lifestyle keeps him fairly active, however, and growing up camping and the occasional hunting outing have kept him at least a little better than the average suburban dweller when it comes to outdoorsmanship. He also holds a cerification as a firearms instructor with the NRA, using the occasional safety class or permit class to suppliment his income.
He has some family around the state but can trend towards being a loner. Generally able to keep a fairly level head, working a job where things regularly try to bites parts off isn't bad for learning crisis control.