Biography: Reese Halter

Reese Halter's passion for the environment is lifelong. He is a powerful voice for bees, trees, seas, Nature's wellness science and saving Nature now.  Dr. Halter is a distinguished conservation biologist, an award-winning broadcaster, environmentalist and prolific writer.

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Reese Halter has the unique talent of making current complex environmental issues accessible and compelling to any audience. He believes that human beings are terrific problem solvers, and for every issue there are at least 3 solutions. His passion to protect our planet is contagious.

Dr. Reese Halter is a forensic naturalist specialising in Earth's life support systems.

Dr. Reese Halter is a forensic naturalist specialising in Earth's life support systems.

Reese Halter speaks with students on the importance of Nature.

Reese Halter speaks with students on the importance of Nature.

Reese Halter & Mark Biewers protesting in front of The Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China at The Global, Elephant, Rhino, Lion March, 2013.

Reese Halter & Mark Biewers protesting in front of The Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China at The Global, Elephant, Rhino, Lion March, 2013.

Reese Halter addresses an anti-poaching rally at The Global Elephant, Rhino, Lion March 2015.

Reese Halter addresses an anti-poaching rally at The Global Elephant, Rhino, Lion March 2015.

The Ancient Ones. 4,500-year-old Great Basin Bristlecone pines, California.

The Ancient Ones. 4,500-year-old Great Basin Bristlecone pines, California.

On 12 August 2017, Reese Halter rallied for the elephants in front of California’s State Capitol, Sacramento.

On 12 August 2017, Reese Halter rallied for the elephants in front of California’s State Capitol, Sacramento.

An incomparable honeybee napping on a lemon blossom petal, Hollywood Hills, California.

An incomparable honeybee napping on a lemon blossom petal, Hollywood Hills, California.

“Have you hugged a tree lately?” asked Reese Halter on Earth Day -- 22 April 2018.

“Have you hugged a tree lately?” asked Reese Halter on Earth Day -- 22 April 2018.

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