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Bonnie McKinney

Marathon | Biologist

Mrs. McKinney is a field biologist who has worked for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Texas Parks and Wildlife throughout west Texas, focusing on monitoring and protecting cacti, bats, elf owls, peregrine falcons and other raptors, and black bear, as well as on maintaining good relations with private landowners and conducting classroom programs for children. In more recent years, since our interview, Mrs. McKinney has been wildlife coordinator for the 136,000-acre CEMEX conservation area in the Sierra El Carmen, to the south of Big Bend National Park, in Mexico. She focuses on black bear research and conservation, among other tasks.

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April 5, 2001
Marathon, Texas
Reel 2157

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