Monica Bond "is a wildlife biologist and biodiversity activist currently based in California. She is a 1993 graduate of the first year of Green Corps, the field school for environmental organizing, and was an Endangered Species Act grassroots organizer for the National Wildlife Federation from 1993-1996. Monica received her M.S. degree in Wildlife Science from the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Oregon State University in 1998. She conducted research on western burrowing owls in the Central Valley and California spotted owls in the Sierra Nevada before joining the staff of the Center for Biological Diversity in 2001 to 2006, where she worked primarily on fighting urban sprawl and protecting forests from damaging logging. In spring/summer 2006, Monica conducted a field study of post-fire use of forests by California spotted owls with the Institute for Bird Populations and in winter 2006-2007, she worked on the Farallon Islands National Wildlife Refuge off the coast of California researching northern elephant seals. She is presently working on forest protection and endangered species issues as a contractor with the Center for Biological Diversity and John Muir Project." 
- Director, Fund for Wild Nature
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- Directors, Fund for Wild Nature, accessed October 27, 2009.