Maurice Hornocker, one of our Science and Conservation Advisory Board members, was recently featured in the local Wood River Valley paper. The article describes how Maurice’s long career in wildlife biology has accomplished great conservation for big wild cats (like mountain lions) in Idaho and throughout the world. He pioneered field science research methods in the 1960’s, such as the use of radio-telemetry to track carnivores. Maurice’s work is impressive in its global reach, and we were pleased to see him recognized in this article.


You can read the full story here at the Idaho Mountain Express.