Party affiliation: member Church of Christ.
Steven Hugh Fritts, American wildlife biologist. Achievements include designing the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park and Central Idaho. Recipient Alpha award for 1995 Wolf Education and Research Center, Boise, Idaho, 1996. Assistant leader Boy Scouts American, Crofton, Maryland, 1985-1989. Member American Society Mammalogists, International Wolf Center (advisory board), Society Conservation Biology, Wildlife Society.
Wildlife biologist wolf research and management United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Grand Rapids, Minnesota, 1979-1984. Section leader endangered species research United States Fish and Wildlife Svc.-Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, Maryland, 1984-1989. Wolf recovery coordinator for northwestern United States United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Helena, Montana, 1989-1993, chief scientist for grey wolf recovery, 1993-1996, wildlife biologist Denver, since 1996.
Member Mexican Wolf Recovery Team, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, since 1992. Adjunct associate professor University Idaho, Moscow, since 1994. Faculty affiliate University Montana School Forestry, Missoula, since 1994.
Consultant to wolf research and management programs, North America and Europe.
Denomination: Church of Christ
1979 - 1984
1984 - 1989
1989 - 1993