Professional Information
Vashti "Tice"
Supplee
Director of Bird Conservation/Interim Executive Director
Audubon Arizona
Non-Profit
Education, Honors & Awards
University of Arizona; Cornell University; Cobleskill S.U.N.Y
Masters, Wildlife Management - University of Arizona, 1977 – 1981; Bachelors, Wildlife - Cornell University, 1971 – 1973; Biology Laboratory Technology - Cobleskill S.U.N.Y, 1969 – 1971
1981
The Wildlife Society Professional Award, 1985; Arizona Wildlife Federation Wildlife Conservationist, 1987; Arizona Wildlife Federation Thomas E. McCullough Memorial Award, 2005; National Audubon Society ACE Award, 2006
Personal Information
United States
Arizona
Phoenix
Past President and Board Member, Arizona Antelope Foundation; Past President and Board Member, Phoenix Mountains Preservation Council; Executive Board Member and Vice President, Arizona Elk Society; The Wildlife Society; Sonoran Audubon Society; Arizona Antelope Foundation; Phoenix Mountains Preservation Council; Arizona Elk Society; Paradise Valley Beagles; Grand Canyon Hounds; Director of Bird Conservation, Audubon Arizona; Active Alumni Member of University of Arizona and Cornell University; Certified Public Manager, Arizona State University and State of Arizona, 1989 – Present; Certified Wildlife Biologist, The Wildlife Society, 1980 – Present
Bird Conservation; Connecting people with nature; Horses; Hunting with Hounds; Archery Hunting; Fly-fishing
More than 25 years
Tice is dedicated to the management, protection and enhancement of Arizona wildlife and wildlife habitats. Her primary responsibility is leading and implementing comprehensive programs and policies that protect, conserve and restore bird populations and habitats in Arizona. She is a retired State Wildlife Officer, frequently speaking at events about birds and wildlife. Tina has published a book entitled, "Important Bird Areas of the Madrean Archipelago: A Conservation Strategy for Avian Communities." U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, September 2013
Wildlife; Wildlife Habitats; Elk; Proghorn Antelope; Javelina; Birds; Conservation Issues; Wildlife Education; Endangered Species; Renewables & Environment
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