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Jon Klingel

Biologist

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish

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New Mexico Department of Game and Fish

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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.


new.redriver.org

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. Jon Klingel


Amigos Bravos - Friends of the Wild Rivers - Board of Directors

amigosbravos.org [cached]

Jon Klingel, TreasurerFor 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.


www.santafenewmexican.com

"My first impression [of the assessment] was that it's really poor from a wildlife standpoint," said retired wildlife biologist Jon Klingel of Santa Fe.
"I don't think there is any real assessment of the potential impacts to wildlife." Klingel has bachelor's and master's degrees in wildlife biology. He worked for the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish for 12 years before retiring in 2000, where one of his main tasks was to review environmental impact studies. Klingel said he believes a complete environmental impact statement would show that there would be significant impact to wildlife and the human environment if the low-fly zone is approved. And, he said, "There is considerable opposition and concern about this project, and I think those things legally trigger the need for an environmental impact statement."


Biodiversity Databases - Academic Info

www.academicinfo.net [cached]

By Jon Klingel, New Mexico Dept. of Game & Fish


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