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Burleigh Lockwood

Burleigh Lockwood Burleigh Lockwood has been a field biologist since the age of four, lying on her belly watching ant highways and caterpillars chewing on leaves. She pursued biology through high school and into college where she began her life with bats. While she was finishing her degree in Environmental Biology, she began working for California Fish & Wildlife as a seasonal biologist. In a career shift to the Forest Service, she became an official "hooter" on Spotted Owl surveys, learning the habits and hoots of the owls in the Sierra. While doing field work in the Sierra, she began volunteering for Fresno's Chaffee Zoo Education Department. Now retired, she was a staff biologist and educator for the zoo, for over thirty years, presenting "Natural History Stuff" to children of all ages.
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