I am a wildlife ecologist and conservationist, passionate for science, photography and exploration. I am now a Ph.D. student at the University of Arizona in Tucson and my project is focused in the biodiversity, connectivity and management of borderlands wildlife and the effect anthropogenic activity and infrastructures. I studied biology at the Faculty of Sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. For my thesis I updated the population status of black-tailed prairie dogs in Mexico and used this information to consider prairie dogs as an endangered species in Mexico. I did a master in ecology science at the Ecology Institute, UNAM, with a project focused in the habitat use of carnivores and the effect of cattle in biodiversity in Northwest Mexico.