Fernando Rodriguez is a Biologist with five years of experience in office and biological field work. He obtained a B.S in Environmental Science in 2015 from Humboldt State University. He has worked with United States Fish and Wildlife Service and other governmental agencies as well as with nonprofits in Southern and Northern California assisting in restoration projects, data collection and wetland delineations. He has worked with Wildlife Heritage Foundation since 2017 providing conservation easement property monitoring, assisting with vernal pool fairy shrimp surveys, baseline documentation report writing, and using geographical information systems to map and collect easement property information. Fernando is passionate about the outdoors and traveling abroad. You can find Fernando on the weekends camping on the coast, kayaking in Tahoe or road biking.