Dr. Elsa Haubold replaces Dr. Doug Austen, who served as national coordinator for 3 years.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has selected a new national coordinator for the Landscape Conservation Cooperative network. Dr. Elsa Haubold replaces Dr. Doug Austen, who served as national coordinator for 3 years. Elsa comes to the network with 12 years experience working on wildlife diversity and endangered species issues at the state, regional, and national level with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Elsa also brings a wealth of non-governmental organizational experience, coordinating the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network for two years.

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P.S. Elsa started in this new position this week (August 26th)