Tonya Wiley

Tonya Wiley

Based in Palmetto, Florida, Tonya has been conducting conservation biology studies of sawfish since 2001, including research on the endangered smalltooth sawfish in Florida, becoming an authority on the biology and ecology of the species. She is an appointed member of the National Marine Fisheries Service’s Smalltooth Sawfish Recovery Implementation Team, a multi-institutional panel of experts working to protect the remaining sawfish population in the U.S. and prevent the species from going extinct. Tonya is the President of Havenworth Coastal Conservation, founded to promote the sustainable use and conservation of marine resources through research, outreach, and education.

 

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