Conservation Dinner Series: Melissa Tofflemoyer of WildCare joins us in the elephant room after dinner to give a talk about birds of prey and our native species. The conservation dinner series is complementary to all dinner guests. If you do not have a dinner reservation and would like to join, please book here.
About the Speaker
Melissa Tofflemoyer holds a Bachelors of Environmental Science and is currently pursuing her Masters of Environmental Policy & Management with a Fish & Wildlife Certification. She moved to San Rafael from her native Colorado to work at WildCare. She previously worked at a non-profit organization with 35 raptors that were educational ambassadors. Her roles there included: husbandry, carpentry, training, and educating. Her favorite bird to work with was the Turkey Vulture.
Melissa loves working with all different species of wildlife and educating the public. Her favorite groups to talk to our young children and senior citizens. When she is not working or going to school online, she enjoys hiking, going to the beach, sightseeing, and hanging out with her tiny parrotlet, Wilson.