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Audubon Congratulates Collier County’s Liesa Priddy for Her Appointment to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Posted on December 22, 2011 in State Government

For Immediate Release

Contact: Julie Wraithmell, jwraithmell@audubon.org, 850-222-2473      

STATEMENT FROM AUDUBON OF FLORIDA DIRECTOR OF WILDLIFE CONSERVATION JULIE WRAITHMELL

Tallahassee, FL - Audubon greeted the news Thursday that Governor Scott appointed Liesa Priddy to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission with enthusiasm.

“Ms. Priddy’s land stewardship ethic and appreciation for Florida’s wildlife will make her an excellent addition to this important decision making body,” said Julie Wraithmell, Director of Wildlife Conservation for Audubon of Florida. “We look forward to working with her on our shared conservation priorities.”

1 Comment

1.      Liesa Priddy brings vital personal knowledge of wildlife issues from her involvement in her family’s cattle ranch in the heart of Florida panther habitat. They are partners on effective collaborative work to benefit both panthers and private landowners (see: FloridaPantherProtection.com) Congrats!

Comment by Brad Cornell — December 22, 2011 @ 5:44 pm