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Wildlife Ecology program

Wildlife Ecologists are located within each of the nine Forest Service administrative regions.

badger tracks

NORTHERN REGION (R1) :: Cara Staab, 406-329-3677

ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION (R2) :: Rick (Richard) Truex, 303-275-5022

SOUTHWESTERN REGION (R3) :: Dr. Karl Malcolm, 505-842-3262

INTERMOUNTAIN REGION (R4) :: Rema Sadak, 801-625-5189

PACIFIC SOUTHWEST REGION (R5) :: Dr. Sarah Sawyer, 707-562-8929

PACIFIC NORTHWEST REGION (R6) :: Barbara Garcia, 503-808-2993

SOUTHERN REGION (R8) :: Donna Ray, 404-347-4084

EASTERN REGION (R9) :: Dr. John Curnutt, 414-297-4149

ALASKA REGION (R10) :: VACANT

[There isn't a 7th Region.]






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Biological and Physical Resources (BPR)
Washington, D.C. Office
Author: Shelly Witt, National Continuing Education Coordinator, BPR staff
Email: shelly.witt@usda.gov
Phone: 435-881-4203
Publish Date: 8/31/21
Expires: none

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USDA Forest Service
P.O. Box 96090
Washington, D.C. 20090-6090
(202) 205-8333