Rebecca Ditgen


Rebecca Ditgen has a PhD in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation with a particular interest in small mammals and conservation.   She has worked with fox squirrels in Florida and small mammals in Andean forests of Argentina.   She also worked with the US National Park Service.  She now lives in New Mexico, USA.


Galapagos Verde 2050, Success and Adaptation

Monitoring and cleaning an installation of water-saving technology at a tourist site on Santa Cruz island. Alberto Mena (left) & Rebecca Selfridge Ditgen (right). Photo: Felipe Cornejo. I am nearing...

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