Lane Lopez

Lane Lopez is a graduate of New Mexico State University with a bachelors in Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology. Lane has prior experience in the field with federally listed species, such as: the Southwestern willow flycatcher, Yellow-billed cuckoo and New Mexico meadow jumping mouse. Further experience consists of water management, invasive species management and waterfowl conservation. Lane has completed multiple summer internships with the USFWS and has used his free time to volunteer for other conservation efforts across the state of New Mexico.

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