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Sasquatch Watch Radio Welcomes Jay Tischendorf

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Join us Tuesday night March 4, 2014 at 9pm eastern as we invite Jay Tischendorf to the show.  A native of Ohio, Jay Tischendorf is a wildlife biologist and veterinarian.  An Eagle Scout, and former US Marine, National Park Service Ranger, wilderness EMT, helicopter crewman, and Forest Service Hotshot, Dr.  Jay has been involved in rock climbing, spelunking, technical rescue, heli-rappeling, wildland firefighting, and search and rescue.  Across the winding path of his career, Jay has worked for the National Park Service, US Fish and Wildlife Service, US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and the US Department of Agriculture.  Additionally, he has collaborated with multiple state natural resource agencies including Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Wyoming Game and Fish, Colorado Division of Wildlife, and the Pennsylvania Game Commission.  Dr. Tischendorf has also been employed by several universities and private organizations including the University of Idaho, the University of Great Falls, The Nature Conservancy, and the Audubon Society.   His work has taken him from Yellowstone National Park and the Tetons to the Sonoran Desert, the Great Plains, coastal swamps of North Carolina, the northwoods of Minnesota, the Canadian Maritimes, and most other North American habitats. As a biologist and veterinarian, Dr. Jay’s special interests include carnivore and raptor ecology, anesthesia and immobilization, zoonotic diseases, herpetology, forensics, cryptozoology, and the identification and interpretation of wildlife spoor and sign.  Additionally, Dr. Jay is one of only a handful of FAA-qualified Airport Wildlife Hazard Biologists.  He is an authority on the subject of the mountain lion in the Midwest and East and may have more hands-on field time with a wider array of free-ranging North American threatened and endangered species than any other biologist or veterinarian alive today.