Wildlife Biologist and Director of Animal Care and Conservation, Endangered Wolf Center
Regina Mossotti, a wolf biologist, has worked on carnivore conservation for over 16 years, both in situ and ex situ, from Yellowstone, to California, to the Endangered Wolf Center in St. Louis. She has been a leader in wolf conservation, from helping develop the Pup Foster Program for the Mexican Wolf Program, to helping lead the AZA’s American Red Wolf SAFE and SSP programs. She currently sits on the National Recovery Team for red wolves and works with wolf conservation efforts and partners around the country.
Panelist: Student/Mentor Session: “So, You Want to Work with Wolves…!”