Mark McReynolds’ love of people and God’s creation comes from travel in 22 countries, 14 years of camping ministry, 7 years of university teaching, an M. Div., a PhD, and licensing as an Ecopastor by the Pacific Southwest Mennonite Conference. Mark has led many groups in Belize with his wife, Karen, as Co-Directors of Jaguar Creek (2000-2004). Scarlet Macaws were the focus of his doctoral research in Belize and he co-led a birding tour there in March 2018. Not retired, he is serving Mennonite Churches and leading SoCal A Rocha, a new ministry of A Rocha – a Christian conservation organization.