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Service biologist creating an 'era of better research'
Roy Averill-Murray never thought his future would revolve around saving desert tortoises, but he has become the Service's top desert tortoise biologist, currently serving as desert tortoise recovery coordinator at the Southern Nevada Fish and Wildlife Office in Las Vegas, Nevada. Credit: Cecil Schwalbe
As someone who grew up fond of snakes, Roy Averill-Murray never thought his future would revolve around saving desert tortoises. Yet his 26 published journal articles, primarily focused on desert tortoise conservation only skim the surface of his efforts to keep these modern dinosaurs thriving in the wild.