Mallory Lindsay

MALLORY LINDSAY

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Mallory Lindsay isn’t your average lady with a camera.

No job is too messy. No creature too loathsome. No story too small to share.


Mallory grew up like so many of us today- believing in the numerous misconceptions about our ‘unlovable’ creatures and the wild places they call home. But that all changed after a bag of slithering reptiles changed her life by transforming a childhood fear into a new found fascination. . . and an unquenchable thirst for knowledge.

After seeing that others shared her previous situation, her drive to find- and share- the truth behind nature’s most misunderstood creatures became her passion.

As a wildlife educator, Mallory believes facts are better told through stories, different perspectives are essential, and the power of one should empower many. For almost a decade now, Mallory has invested her focus-and talents- in challenging the way people view our wildlife (see myth busters) and encouraging them to find their own niche in making the world a better place. From documenting scientists’ stories in remote locations to international volunteer work to working alongside or nation’s youth, connecting with others is a key component to changing lives- and our planet.

Mallory has been a reoccurring guest expert on KUSI Good Morning San Diego; Fox News Memphis, as well as podcast, Zoologic. Within the last few years, Mallory has done numerous social media collaborations highlighting the conservation initiatives of various institutions/organizations such as El Paso Zoo, Caretta Research Project, BFREE, and award winning STEM-based programming, Xploration Station. She is also a certified wildlife rehabilitator and wilderness first responder, former zoo director, and spokesperson for Bad Boy Mowers.

In addition to being an advocate of the ‘underdogs’ in the animal kingdom, Mallory provides free media for non-profits in wildlife conservation to use for promotion and educational purposes. Please contact for more details.  

 

 

Currently, Mallory is traveling the world photographing and filming misunderstood species, researching human-wildlife conflicts, and working with grassroot conservation programs to help save endangered species. 

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