Amy Wing began her work in conservation at the world famous San Diego Zoo while earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at San Diego State University.
As acting director and education curator at Audubon Louisiana Nature Center, she began ecosystem restoration in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and continues to restore and rebuild the Nature Center and its surrounding ecosystem. She mentors teachers on the importance of water quality through the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium and facilitates Whooping Crane Reintroduction Program teacher workshops through the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. Ms. Wing is a Certified Project WILD instructor and facilitator, a Certified Leave No Trace instructor, and a fellow of Loyola University New Orleans’ Institute for Environmental Education. She is a founding member of the board of the Louisiana Master Naturalists of Greater New Orleans.