Tate Mason

Interpretive Center Director

Tate

Originally from Seattle, WA, Tate has spent his life devoted to the outdoors. He earned his undergraduate degree in Biology from Western Washington University and subsequently spent a decade traveling the world and working with a multitude of conservation related projects. He then earned a Master’s Degree in Raptor Biology from Boise State where he studied the impact of anthropogenic noise on owl hunting behavior. As Education Director, Tate works to articulate the mission of The Peregrine Fund and make the science of conservation accessible to a wide variety of audiences. Tate is based at the World Center for Birds of Prey in Boise, Idaho. In his free time, Tate enjoys hiking, bicycling, and playing music. Click here to visit his personal website.

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