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External Affairs - Contact
Mountain-Prairie Region
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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Mountain-Prairie Region | Office of External Affairs | 134 Union Blvd, Suite 400 | Lakewood, CO 80228
(303) 236-7905 | (303) 236-3815 FAX

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Anna Munoz

Assistant Regional Director

(303) 236-4510


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Roya Mogadam

Deputy Assistant Regional Director/
Legislative Affairs Specialist

(303) 236-4572

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Ivy Allen

Tribal Communications Specialist

(303) 236-4575

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Jennifer Strickland

Public Affairs Specialist

Sagebrush ecosystem /
Greater sage-grouse


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Steve Segin

Public Affairs Specialist

Fish & Aquatic Conservation, Migratory Birds, WSFR, Law Enforcement, Fire

(303) 236-4578

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Ryan Moehring

Public Affairs Specialist

National Wildlife Refuge System, Black-footed Ferret Recovery, Contaminants and Spills

(303) 236-0345

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Kate Miyamoto

Public Affairs / Visual Design Specialist

Science Applications,
Monarch Conservation

(303) 236-9898

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Rob Mansheim

Digital Communications Specialist

(303) 236-4267

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Denise Sanchez

Administrative Assistant

(303) 236-2985


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Last modified: February 10, 2017
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