Phoebe’s appreciation for the natural world developed during her childhood in Wilson, Wyoming and Kathmandu, Nepal. At age 10, Phoebe’s foray into conservation began with a project directed by Roger Smith to install signs on Fall Creek Road encouraging drivers to slow down to avoid hitting owls. Phoebe holds undergraduate degrees in International Studies and Geography from the University of Denver and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Colorado. Her Master’s capstone work focused on project evaluation and community outreach. Phoebe currently works as the Communications Specialist for Teton Conservation District. She’s honored to join Teton Raptor Center’s Board of Directors and appreciates the opportunity to support raptor conservation.
Great Horned Owl because I often hear them from my house and each hoot reminds me that the world is a wild and magical place.