Manuel Valdez Alarcón

Bachelor's degree in Biology and master’s degree in Animal Biology, at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. My academic development has focused on the research and management of wildlife. I have worked in projects to recover species in some risk category, such as the bighorn sheep, the pronghorn, Mexican prairie dog, and golden eagle in the northern states of Mexico. I have also worked in population monitoring and evaluation projects for medium mammals such as desert foxes (Vulpes macrotis) in Sonora and Baja California Sur, in population studies of several land squirrel species such as Ictidomys mexicanus and Xerospermophilus perotensis and I have published several publications related to the ecology and behavior of Sciurids and inventories of wildlife in the south of our country.