Anita E. Cook   
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Anita Cook has a BS in Biology from Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, and has worked as an aquatic biologist for over twenty years. She moved from the wet side of Washington state to the dry climate of Nevada in 2000. After spending most of her professional life managing marine shellfish, she is now the Nevada Division of Wildlife's statewide coordinator for aquatic wildlife management. Species include amphibians, non-game fish, and shellfish (including freshwater mussels). She recently created a brief guide to Nevada frogs and toads to encourage increased reportings of amphibian sightings, which will provide greater knowledge of their distributions. In her "other" life she is a licensed sailplane pilot. One of the main reasons for her moving to Nevada is that Minden, Nevada is one of the top soaring centers in the world; the other was to see a little more sunshine. She is very happy to have also found a job she loves.
Special interests: Nevada amphibians
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Email address for Anita E. Cook:  acook[AT]ndow.org   (Replace the [AT] with the @ symbol before sending an email.)
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