Chuck Hathcock is a wildlife biologist in northern New Mexico with 17 years of experience in the field. Currently he works for the Department of Energy managing biological resources such as endangered species and migratory birds. He has a diverse background in wildlife biology with special emphasis on avian studies. His research interests are in avian population demographics and how avian populations are affected by impacts such as habitat fragmentation or climate change. He is looking forward to his first Family Nature Summit and highlighting his passion for conservation. When Chuck is not at his 9-5 job, he’s often at some remote place in the southwest or Mexico, usually chasing birds and exploring.