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Wildlife Speaker Series: Arctic Grayling
Please join us for a webinar on Arctic Grayling. We have 3 speakers: Jarrett Payne and Ryan Kreiner, both from MT FWP and Jim Magee from US FWS. They will fill you in on what has been going on with this iconic species!

Jul 22, 2021 06:30 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Ryan Kreiner
Native Fish Biologist @MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Ryan Kreiner has been the Native Fish Biologist for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks in Region 3 since 2020. Prior to that he worked as an FWP biologist in NW Montana for eight years, and as a technician on the Upper Clark Fork River for three. He has also worked for the Park Service, the Forest Service and the USGS in Alaska and Yellowstone. His current position is focused on Arctic grayling and westslope cutthroat trout conservation projects in southwest Montana.
Jarrett Payne
Riparian Ecologist @MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Jarrett Payne has been a Riparian Ecologist for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks in Region 3 since 2018. Prior to working for FWP, Jarrett completed his bachelors and masters at MSU, Bozeman in Animal and Range Sciences. In addition, he briefly taught reproduction physiology and nutrition for domestic animals at MSU. Jarrett grew up in Twin Bridges, MT where he worked on several small ranches and with his father completing riparian assessments along the Beaverhead River. His current position is focused on administering the Arctic grayling CCAA programs in the Big Hole and Centennial Valleys.
Jim Magee
Biologist @U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's Partners for Fish & Wildlife Program
Jim Magee has been a Biologist for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program since 2011. Prior to his career with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Jim worked extensively with Arctic grayling in Alaska (1988 – 1993) and in Montana for Fish, Wildlife & Parks as a Grayling Biologist (1993 – 2011). Jim’s current position with the Partner’s Program is based in the Upper Big Hole watershed, where he works with private landowners and FWP on habitat projects that benefit fish and wildlife resources.