​Velma Chavéz

Graduated with a degree in Biology from the University of Sonora. Her academic interests are focused on the conservation of wild mammals. She have experience in wildlife monitoring and tracking. She is currently the director of the Wildlife Monitoring Program in Hermosillo, Sonora, which aims to generate information on the movement of wildlife, and to recognize the sites where it has been most affected by human activity, such as the creation of highways in the Sonora region. This project has won the Fund to Support Sonora Citizen Projects for Environmental Protection granted by the Commission for Ecology and Sustainable Development of the State of Sonora (CEDES), as well as The Pollination Project.
In the futures she hopes to continue working on wildlife conservation projects, and generate a noticeable change in the ecosystem.

 

Contact: velmayael@gmail.com

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