PARTNERS AND LINKS


PARTNERS

Arizona Game and Fish Department go to website
Audubon Arizona go to website
City of Scottsdale Environment & Preservation Dept. go to website
Desert Foothills Land Trust go to website
Liberty Wildlife go to website
McDowell Sonoran Conservancy go to website
Riparian Institute go to website
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) go to website
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency go to website
FireScience Online (Forestry Careers Guide) go to website
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community go to website
Sky Island Alliance go to website
                                       Game Warden Org http://www.gamewarden.org/
/LLinkArizona-Sonora Desert Museum go to website
Arizonensis go to website
Desert Botanical Garden go to website
Desert Rivers Audubon Society  go to website
Environmental Fund for Arizona go to website
National Wildlife Federation go to website
Native Seeds Search go to website
Richard Louv go to website
Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area go to website
Southwest Wildlife Rehabilitation and Educational Foundation, Inc. go to website
The Green Frog News go to website
Tonto National Forest go to website
Forestry Degree go to website
                                                     Mercy for Animals   go to website
/

COOPERATION

The Center for Native and Urban Wildlife facilities and website would not have been possible without considerable support from many local community organizations. In particular we would like to thank the following organizations, to which we owe our deepest gratitude:

The Nina Mason Pulliam Trust
The McDowell Sonoran Conservancy
The Desert Foothills Land Trust
Arizona Game & Fish Department
The Riparian Institute
The Liberty Wildlife Foundation
The City of Scottsdale, Arizona

CNUW CONTRIBUTORS

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS CONTRIBUTED TO CNUW 2000 ~ 2017

Directors
Dr. John Weser (2014 – present)
Russ Haughey (2010-2013)
Roy A. Barnes (2003-2010)
Virginia Korte (2000-2003)

Special “Toady Awards” (April 24, 2003)
Carla
Mike Demlong
Ray Leimkuhler (SCC student)
Megan Mosby
Dr. Irwin Noyes
Tyler Peterson (SCC student)
Carol Schatt
Vicki Wolf

Volunteers
Jim Evans (environmental education)
Gretchen Ishler (environmental education)
Michaela Morris (animal and plant care)
Greg Skrivanek (plant care)
Paul B. Walters (facilities care)
Liberty Wildlife Foundation (environmental education)

Docents
Charleen Blanford
Molly Corral (née Lamm)
Andrew Cummings

Adrianna DeFranco
Kathleen Grigg
Cheryl Kerivan
Ray Leimkuehler
Patricia Quinn-Ortiz
Jean Rigden

Artists – Toad Hall & Hall of Biodiversity Past
Joanne Battershall (Toad Hall quilt of native animals)
Kathy Farnsworth (Toad Hall animal sketches)
Ray Leimkuehler (Toad Hall mural)
Johanna Pluntke (Toad Hall mural)
Michael Schutz (dinosaur mural) 

Photographers
Roy A. Barnes
Andrew Cummings
Dr. Barbara Fahey
John Fitzpatrick
Chanda Kim
Dr. John Nagy
Krya Perry
Jean Rigden
Dr. John Weser

Restoration Work
Natalie Case
Andrew Cummings
Stacy Fisher (née Pratt)

Christopher Kolstad
Ray Leimkuehler
Meg White
Thomas Williams

Writers – Website
Roy A. Barnes
Molly Corral (née Lamm)
Andrew Cummings

Adrianna DeFranco
Xanthe Hallman (née Skjelfjord)

Jean Rigden
Ivette Vargas

Writers – Newsletter
Roy A. Barnes
Molly Corral (née Lamm) 

Adrianna DeFranco
Stacy Fisher (née Pratt)
Kathleen Grigg
Xanthe Hallman (née Skjelfjord)

Office Administrators (starting with most recent)
Ed Weigand (2011 – present)
Tyler Raspiller (2010)
Emma Olsen (2008-2010)
Xanthe Hallman (née Skjelfjord) (2006-2008)
Stacy Fisher (née Pratt) (2004-2006)
Mark Harding (2000-2003)