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Chris Lechowicz

Wildlife Habitat Management Director and Herpetologist and Information Technology Manager

Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation

HQ Phone: (239) 395-4617

Email: c***@***.org

Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation

900A Tarpon Bay Road

Sanibel, Florida 33957

United States

Company Description

SCCF is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations supporting our mission are fully tax-deductible. SCCF gratefully acknowledges the anonymous donor who generously and fully funded de... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
Chicago Herpetological Society

Education

B.S. degrees
Zoology and Computer Science
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

M.S.
Environmental Science
Florida Gulf Coast University

degrees
Zoology , Computer Science and Environmental Science
Florida Gulf Coast University

degrees
Zoology , Computer Science and Environmental Science
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Web References (195 Total References)


Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Staff members

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Chris Lechowicz, Director

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Chris Lechowicz Director clechowicz@sccf.org
Chris grew up on the southwest side of Chicago, IL. He had a strong interest in nature at a very young age, especially with amphibians and reptiles. His passion for all things slimy and scaled led him to the Chicago Herpetological Society where he was mentored by numerous knowledgeable members and visiting scientists. Chris graduated from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and Florida Gulf Coast University with degrees in Zoology, Computer Science, and Environmental Science.
He began working at SCCF in 2002 and is the Director of the Wildlife Habitat Management Program and staff herpetologist. As land manager, he oversees SCCF's nearly 2000 acres of conservation land with the help of his field technicians. Prescribed burns, exotic plant removal, native tree planting, and other habitat restoration techniques are used to maintain functioning ecosystems on the islands. Chris is also the IT Manager for the Foundation.
Chris's current Sanibel wildlife projects are the SCCF Pine Island Sound Eastern Indigo Snake Project, the SCCF Diamondback Terrapin Project, and the SCCF Florida Box Turtle Project. Chris is also a coauthor on a new book (2014); "The Amphibians and Reptiles of Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Florida: A Natural History". He maintains an educational website on map turtles and is involved with several projects along the Gulf Coast with these riverine turtles. He is a member of the Turtle Survival Alliance, the IUCN/SCC Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group, a board member of the Florida Turtle Conservation Trust, and an active member of the local herp society (Calusa Herpetological Society).


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By Chris Lechowicz

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If you have any questions, please contact Chris Lechowicz, Wildlife Habitat Management Director, at clechowicz@sccf.org


Possible Introduction Mechanisms, ...

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Possible Introduction Mechanisms, Movement Patterns, and Control Efforts of the Giant Toad (Rhinella marina) on Sanibel Island, FL - Chris Lechowicz, Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation


Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Staff members

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Chris Lechowicz, Director

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Chris Lechowicz Director clechowicz@sccf.org
Chris grew up on the southwest side of Chicago, IL. He had a strong interest in nature at a very young age, especially with amphibians and reptiles. His passion for all things slimy and scaled led him to the Chicago Herpetological Society where he was mentored by numerous knowledgeable members and visiting scientists. Chris graduated from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and Florida Gulf Coast University with degrees in Zoology, Computer Science, and Environmental Science.
He began working at SCCF in 2002 and is the Director of the Wildlife Habitat Management Program and staff herpetologist. As land manager, he oversees SCCF's nearly 2000 acres of conservation land with the help of his field technicians. Prescribed burns, exotic plant removal, native tree planting, and other habitat restoration techniques are used to maintain functioning ecosystems on the islands. Chris is also the IT Manager for the Foundation.
Chris's current Sanibel wildlife projects are the SCCF Pine Island Sound Eastern Indigo Snake Project, the SCCF Diamondback Terrapin Project, and the SCCF Florida Box Turtle Project. Chris is also a coauthor on a new book (2014); "The Amphibians and Reptiles of Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Florida: A Natural History". He maintains an educational website on map turtles and is involved with several projects along the Gulf Coast with these riverine turtles. He is a member of the Turtle Survival Alliance, the IUCN/SCC Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group, a board member of the Florida Turtle Conservation Trust, and an active member of the local herp society (Calusa Herpetological Society).


Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Staff members

sccf.org [cached]

Chris Lechowicz, Director

...
Chris Lechowicz Director clechowicz@sccf.org
Chris grew up on the southwest side of Chicago, IL. He had a strong interest in nature at a very young age, especially with amphibians and reptiles. His passion for all things slimy and scaled led him to the Chicago Herpetological Society where he was mentored by numerous knowledgeable members and visiting scientists. Chris graduated from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and Florida Gulf Coast University with degrees in Zoology, Computer Science, and Environmental Science.
He began working at SCCF in 2002 and is the Director of the Wildlife Habitat Management Program and staff herpetologist. As land manager, he oversees SCCF's nearly 2000 acres of conservation land with the help of his field technicians. Prescribed burns, exotic plant removal, native tree planting, and other habitat restoration techniques are used to maintain functioning ecosystems on the islands. Chris is also the IT Manager for the Foundation.
Chris's current Sanibel wildlife projects are the SCCF Pine Island Sound Eastern Indigo Snake Project, the SCCF Diamondback Terrapin Project, and the SCCF Florida Box Turtle Project. Chris is also a coauthor on a new book (2014); "The Amphibians and Reptiles of Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Florida: A Natural History". He maintains an educational website on map turtles and is involved with several projects along the Gulf Coast with these riverine turtles. He is a member of the Turtle Survival Alliance, the IUCN/SCC Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group, a board member of the Florida Turtle Conservation Trust, and an active member of the local herp society (Calusa Herpetological Society).

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