Bri Benvenuti

Bri Benvenuti, refuge biological technician at Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, poses with her horse Marshall in fall with colorful leaves framing the two.
Biological Technician

Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge
321 Port Road
Wells, ME 04090
United States

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About Bri Benvenuti

Bri Benvenuti joined the staff at Rachel Carson NWR as a biological technician in 2016. Her day-to-day activities are a combination of research, restoration, and management of at-risk species with a sprinkling of outreach and education. Born in Pennsylvania, Bri grew up in the shadow of Hawk Mountain Sanctuary where a love of the outdoors was instilled by her parents before moving to Maine. Bri’s hobbies stem from her love of the natural world. When not spending time with her equine partner, Marshall, she enjoys using photography to tell the story of conservation and nature.

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