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Private Lands Wildlife Biologists (PLWB)
Each PLWB works in a Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) office and is available to landowners and NRCS staff in multiple counties as shown on the map to help implement species and habitat conservation efforts on private lands. Contact the biologist in your area for more information (see below map).


        Stewardship Main Office
Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory
230 Cherry Street, Suite 150
Fort Collins, CO 80521

Seth Gallagher
Stewardship Director
(970) 482-1707 ext. 12

Laura Quattrini
Program Management Specialist
(970) 482-1707 ext. 21

Angela M. Dwyer
Wildlife Biologist
Mountain Plover Program Director
Nebraska Prairie Partners
(970) 482-1707 ext. 17

Ross Lock
Colorado Mountain Plover Coordinator
(970) 482-1707 ext. 23


 Northwest (shared area):
Brandon Miller
Steamboat Springs NRCS Field Office
(970) 879-3225 ext. 111

Noe Marymor
Greeley NRCS Area Office
(970) 330-0380 ext. 207 

   Northwest (shared area)
Noah Bates (Range Ecologist - Sage-grouse Initative)
Kremmling NRCS Field Office
(970) 724-3456

Colin Lee
Greeley NRCS Area Office
(970) 330-0380 ext. 214                        

Nathan Schmitz
Colorado Springs NRCS Field Office
(719) 543-8386 ext.

Martin Moses
Durango NRCS Field Office
(970) 259-3289 

Christina Santana
Gunnison NRCS Field Office
(970) 642-4441 

Kelly Corman (Range Ecologist)
Lamar NRCS Field Office
(719) 336-9059  

Pheasants Forever Farm Bill Biologists
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Andrew Pierson
Nebraska Prairie Partners
330243 C.R. H
Minatare, NE 69356
(308) 783-1019


Joseph Parsons
Saratoga NRCS Field Office
(307) 326-5657 

Brandon Elkins
Gillette NRCS Field Office
(307) 682-8843

The Private Lands Wildlife Biologists (PLWBs) listed here are RMBO staff who also represent the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and various other partnering agencies, including Colorado Parks and Wildlife, National Audubon Society, Toyota, Playa Lakes Joint Venture, and/or Nebraska Environmental Trust. This multi-organization partnership is the result of a consensus to strengthen private land habitat conservation efforts.

The priority species for the biologists are Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN), as identified by state wildlife action plans, and species identified by the four major bird conservation initiatives.  The biologists promote and obtain wildlife habitat enhancement projects that can be funded through NRCS conservation programs including: the Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP), the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP), the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP), the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP), the Grassland Reserve Program (GRP) and the Conservation Technical Assistance (CTA) program.

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