Senior Environmental Scientist Specialist, California Department of Fish and Wildlife
Originally from Wisconsin, Kent is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He has been privileged to work for over 30 years as a field biologist for several state, federal, and tribal agencies to manage the public wildlife trust in six states throughout the western United States. He has worked with species like black bear, cougar, elk, mule deer, and wolves for the last 25 years. He has also worked with ranchers, hunters, foresters, conservationists, and others inspired by our wild places and wild things.
Panelist: “Recolonization of Pacific Coast States – California”