Meet our first #RealLifeBackyardRanger, Victoria (Tori) Fox!
Tori is a restoration ecologist from the coast of the Salish Sea, Washington. She works to fight invasive plants in her community in order to save rare plants and animals from extinction. Victoria recently traveled from Washington to a distant, uninhabited atoll in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, exploring new species of seabirds, reef fish, and tropical plants along the way. On Palmyra Atoll, Victoria and other scientists tackle fields of palm seedlings with their machetes to make space for native forest plants that seabirds prefer for nesting, such as the Pisonia grandis seedling pictured in this photo with Victoria. You can support Tori and her work by visiting the Nature Conservancy and TNC Hawaii and Palmyra.
Thank you very much for featuring our work, Diana! Everyone here on Palmyra is honored to be represented as a part of the #RealLifeBackyardRanger series 🙂
If anyone has questions for me about my work specifically, feel free to reach out anytime!