Jack Stewart, of Jasper, Arkansas, is the regional director for National Audubon Society’s Mississippi-South Region. He is a past President of the Arkansas Audubon Society and is the current Education Chair. Jack is the Vice President of the Buffalo River Watershed Alliance. He also serves on the board of the Buffalo National River Partners. He was the first Director of the Whitney Eastman Nature Center, in Minnesota. Prior to retirement he was science educator for International Schools Services. Jack has served on the boards of the Newton County Resource Council in Arkansas; Kent Place School in New Jersey and the International School of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Since retirement he has lived with his wife in an off-the-grid, sustainable home in the Ozark Mountains. He has studied birds and other wildlife on all continents except Antarctica.
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