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David R. Parsons

Carnivore Conservation Biologist

The Rewilding Institute

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The Rewilding Institute

P.O. Box 13768

Albuquerque, New Mexico,87192

United States

Company Description

The Rewilding Institute first serves wild Nature. But to serve wild Nature, we serve North America's wonderful grassroots conservation community. We do not compete with other conservation groups, and we strive to share credit. Our projects are geared to provid...more

Background Information

Employment History

Freelance Portrait Artist

David Parsons


Marketing Director and Graphic Designer

Serena Star Photography


Mexican Wolf Recovery Coordinator

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service


Mexican Wolf Recovery Coordinator

FWS


Affiliations

Leopold Institute

Emeritus Scientist


Project Coyote

ADVISORY BOARD Member


Project Coyote

Science Advisory Board Member


The George Wright Society

Board Member


Southwest

Advisor


National Park Service

Emeritus Scientist


IUCN's World Commission on Protected Areas

Member


New Mexico Wilderness Alliance

Board Member


Southwestern Gray Wolf Recovery Team

Member


Appraisal Institute

Board Member


Prescott College

Graduate Advisor In the Environmental Studies Master of Arts Program


Ecological Society of Australia

Member


Southern Rockies Wolf Restoration Project

Steering Committee Member


Worldwide Union of Conservationists

Mexican Wolf Recovery Coordinator and Current Member


Nonessential Experimental Population

Founder


Education

BA

University of California at Davis


Bachelor of Science degree

Fisheries and Wildlife Biology

Iowa State University


MS


Master of Science degree

Wildlife Ecology

Oregon State University


Ph.D


PhD

Stanford University


master’s degree

wildlife ecology.Â


Web References(184 Total References)


Western Heritage Alliance

peopleforwesternheritage.com [cached]

DAVE PARSONS led the USFWSs effort to reintroduce the Mexican gray wolf in Arizona and New Mexico
DAVE PARSONS serves as New Mexico Wilderness Alliance Board of Directors Chairman DAVE PARSONS, New Mexico Wilderness Alliance Board of Directors Treasurer, is also listed on FOREMAN'S Rewilding Institute as a "Science Fellow". From the Rewilding Institute website "Fellows Soul, Foreman, Parsons, Miller, McKnight, and Humphrey met with John Terborgh and other TRI supporters during a 10-day Green River float trip this summer.


Wolf Recovery Foundation - Alpha Award Winners

forwolves.org [cached]

David Parsons ~ The Rewilding Institute


Federal wolf managers go after another Mexican wolf pack. Newly reintroduced pair (Nantac Pack) removed

forwolves.org [cached]

David R. Parsons
The Rewilding Institute


www.wilburforce.org?ajax=1&type=fellows_type&cpaged=3&award_term_main=91

Dave Parsons
Dave Parsons2008Dave Parsons is the vice-chairman and a science fellow of The Rewilding Institute (a conservation think tank) and is the Institute's Carnivore Conservation Biologist. He currently serves on several regional steering/advisory committees for organizations and coalitions advocating for wolf recovery and landscape-scale conservation in the Southwest. From 1990-1999 Dave led the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's effort to reintroduce the endangered Mexican gray wolf to portions of its former range in Arizona and New Mexico. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology from Iowa State University and his Master of Science degree in Wildlife Ecology from Oregon State University; from 2002 to 2008 he was a graduate advisor in the Environmental Studies Program at Prescott College in Arizona. Dave has been recognized for his expertise and dedication by several important awards, including the New Mexico Chapter of The Wildlife Society's annual "Professional Award", the "Alpha Award" at the 2006 North American Wolf Conference, and the "Mike Seidman Memorial Award" from the Sky Island. He enjoys wildlife viewing and wilderness backpacking and lives in Albuquerque, NM. All bios are from the year the award was presented.


Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time

www.aldoleopold.org [cached]

Dave Parsons, Wildlife Biologist
After 21 years as a research biologist with the National Park Service and National Biological Survey at Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, David Parsons transferred to the U.S. Forest Service in 1994 to become director of the Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute. Throughout his career he has coordinated development and oversight of interdisciplinary research teams to address topics such as the fire ecology of mixed conifer forests, recreation impacts in wilderness, and potential impacts of acidic deposition and climatic change on forest ecosystems and served in various roles as editor, reviewer and team member for professional societies and federal agencies. He has over 125 publications on topics related to plant and fire ecology and wilderness, park & protected area management. Most notably, he served as the first Mexican Wolf Recovery Coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service during reintroduction of wolves to the Apache National Forest beginning in 1998. He is now a wildlife biologist with the Rewilding Institute, which focuses on wildlife and wilderness protection.


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