Mike Phillips

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"Mike has served as the Executive Director of the Turner Endangered Species Fund since the nonprofit was launched by Ted Turner in 1997, where he oversees all activities of the Fund. Mike has played a key role in wolf conservation and recovery. From 1986–1994, he was the Field Coordinator for the Red Wolf Recovery Program. He was also instrumental in the return of gray wolves to the Yellowstone Ecosystem, serving as Project Leader for the Yellowstone gray wolf restoration effort from 1994–1997."[1]

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  1. Turner Endangered Species Fund Team, organizational web page, accessed April 16, 2012.