Lindsay Martinez

Ocelot Conservation

Lindsay Martinez is pursuing a M.S. in Rangeland, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management at Texas A&M University. Under the direction of Dr. Roel Lopez, she will be working with a variety of partners to create a path forward for developing plans to reintroduce populations of endangered ocelot into historic but unoccupied habitat in South Texas. 

Lindsay has a lifelong interest in wildlife conservation - especially of endangered cats. She grew up in Great Falls, Montana and received a bachelor's degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from Princeton University. She studied Grevy's zebras and monarch butterflies before she became an intern with the East Foundation and involved herself in ocelot research and conservation.