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Meghan Walla-Murphy
Meghan Walla-Murphy, with BA in both biology and Japanese history as well as a MFA in creative non-fiction writing, is currently an environmental and education consultant in Southern California. She has spent the last seven years delving deeply into environmental  studies and tracking, traveling the United States, Africa, Brazil, and China to expand her knowledge base. Meghan is co-author with James Halfpenny's on the book, "Track Plates for Mammals."  In addition she is a freelance writer for several local Los Angeles papers.
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