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Jon Klingel

Wildlife Biologist

Four Corners Institute

Direct Phone: (505) ***-****       

Four Corners Institute

Background Information

Employment History

Board Member
Amigos Bravos Inc

Affiliations

Treasurer
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish

Board Member
Red River Conference Center

Education

bachelor's Degree
wildlife biology

degrees
Zoology and Wildlife Biology

master's degree
wildlife biology

Web References (30 Total References)


Jon Klingel Wildlife ...

sfct.org [cached]

Jon Klingel Wildlife Biologist Four Corners Institute 47 Star Vista Road Santa Fe, NM 87505 Phone: (505) 986-1771


Board of Directors | Amigos Bravos | Because Water Matters | New Mexico

www.amigosbravos.com [cached]

Jon Klingel, Treasurer

For many years, Jon worked as a biologist with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish where he received an "Award of Excellence" for development of the Biota Information System of New Mexico. In addition to his volunteer efforts with Amigos Bravos - including extensive work on our river otter reintroduction and Valle Vidal projects - Jon has been involved in radio tracking of reintroduced wolves, a rattlesnake hibernaculum study and bighorn sheep surveys. Among his many adventures, Jon has experienced nine seasons of fire control/smoke-jumping in Alaska and the western states and, together with his wife Marlene, designed and built a cabin using hand tools in the northern New Mexico mountains. He holds degrees in Zoology and Wildlife Biology.


Native Species | Amigos Bravos | Because Water Matters | New Mexico

www.amigosbravos.com [cached]

To learn more about food habits of the river otter, see Food Habits of the North American River Otter (Lontra canadensis) (84KB pdf), prepared in 2003 by Heidi Hansen, graduate student in the Department of Zoology and Physiology at the University of Wyoming, and the Abstract on Food Habits (40KB pdf), prepared by Jon Klingel of the New Mexico Friends of River Otters.

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To learn more about the feasibility of reintroducing the river otter in New Mexico, see the 2006 New Mexico River Otter Reintroduction Feasibility Study and The Case for River Otter Restoration in New Mexico (148KB pdf), by Melissa Savage (the Four Corners Institute) and Jon Klingel.
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Amigos Bravos Board member Jon Klingel has helped us research and develop an internal policy (52 KB pdf) urging caution in the use of Fintrol, a chemical agent used to kill non-native fish in an effort to restore native fish populations.


Board of Directors | Amigos Bravos | Because Water Matters | New Mexico

amigosbravos.org [cached]

Jon Klingel, Treasurer

For many years, Jon worked as a biologist with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish where he received an "Award of Excellence" for development of the Biota Information System of New Mexico. In addition to his volunteer efforts with Amigos Bravos - including extensive work on our river otter reintroduction and Valle Vidal projects - Jon has been involved in radio tracking of reintroduced wolves, a rattlesnake hibernaculum study and bighorn sheep surveys. Among his many adventures, Jon has experienced nine seasons of fire control/smoke-jumping in Alaska and the western states and, together with his wife Marlene, designed and built a cabin using hand tools in the northern New Mexico mountains. He holds degrees in Zoology and Wildlife Biology.


Native Species | Amigos Bravos | Because Water Matters | New Mexico

amigosbravos.org [cached]

To learn more about food habits of the river otter, see Food Habits of the North American River Otter (Lontra canadensis) (84KB pdf), prepared in 2003 by Heidi Hansen, graduate student in the Department of Zoology and Physiology at the University of Wyoming, and the Abstract on Food Habits (40KB pdf), prepared by Jon Klingel of the New Mexico Friends of River Otters.

...
To learn more about the feasibility of reintroducing the river otter in New Mexico, see the 2006 New Mexico River Otter Reintroduction Feasibility Study and The Case for River Otter Restoration in New Mexico (148KB pdf), by Melissa Savage (the Four Corners Institute) and Jon Klingel.
...
Amigos Bravos Board member Jon Klingel has helped us research and develop an internal policy (52 KB pdf) urging caution in the use of Fintrol, a chemical agent used to kill non-native fish in an effort to restore native fish populations.

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