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Cheyenne Dubiach

Arizona Game and Fish Department
Cheyenne Dubiach is an Arizona native, who grew up in Phoenix. For college, Cheyenne attended Northern Arizona University where she earned a B.S. in Forestry and a minor in Wildlife Biology. While attending college she was selected as an intern for the Arizona Game and Fish Department where she conducted creel surveys on sportfish for various northern Arizona lakes. After graduation she moved back to the Valley to become a boating education intern where she would instruct both boating and paddle sports classes along with public outreach at lakes across the state. After being requested to extend her internship, Cheyenne was then hired on with the Ben Avery Clay Target Center as a range master ensuring public safety. At last, her dream job opened up and Cheyenne is now the Wildlife Viewing Program Coordinator for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, coordinating events for the public to view and learn about different wildlife species around the state. This position allows Cheyenne to share her enthusiasm for wildlife with others.

My Speakers Sessions

Wednesday, February 23

6:30pm MST

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  • Filter By Date 4th Wildlife Viewing & Nature Tourism Academy Feb 21 -25, 2022
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