Biologist, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Wendy is a Wildlife Biologist and Conservation Planner who has worked for more than 25 years with state and federal agencies, river authorities, power providers, and land trusts on rare species monitoring, wildlife conservation planning, stakeholder development, and on-the-ground stewardship. She has served on Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies’ working groups, various conservation committees for Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, eBird Northwest, Natural Heritage Advisory Council, and conservation policy and delivery groups. Based in Olympia and working statewide, she is Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Landscape Conservation Section Manager. Her current work is to connect professional biologists, conservation partners, and interested/engaged stakeholders in community-supported landscape level conservation to preserve the opportunity for site, species, and system conservation action. Conservation does not happen without people and she loves that engagement.