John Perrys is an Environmentalist, Sustainable Fly Fisherman and Artist who creates art sculptures from materials he gathers during outdoor cleanup projects. He is also an active volunteer who supports wildlife conservation efforts.
John Perrys is a Business Administrator with additional passions for art and environmentalism. Perrys maintains a wealth of experience in holding leadership positions, which he translates over to his volunteer work. He is an expert in navigating business operations optimization and effectively reviewing key performance indicators.
John Perrys is an avid outdoor enthusiast who enjoys hunting, hiking and fishing. An accomplished Business Administrator, Perrys embraces nature as a space where he can unwind and detach from the hustle and bustle of his busy everyday life. Focused on sustainability, Perrys highlights the importance of renewable energy and resources by creating unique art sculptures. Although each piece has its own environmentally focused message, he always uses recycled materials. Using only natural and recycled materials found in nature on his environmental cleanups, Perrys utilizes his creativity to make an impactful statement. An avid Fly Fisherman, Perrys is particularly passionate about sustainability in fishing. Both in terms of commercial and recreational fishing, this Fisherman believes that it is important for the environment overall that the sport is practiced sustainably.
Wildlife Conservation Advocate
An avid outdoorsman, John Perrys has always enjoyed being outdoors in nature. He is a fierce wildlife advocate and has worked with numerous wildlife conservation and protection initiatives. Perrys is currently working on developing his own animal rescues for injured birds and other wildlife. In his experience as an environmentalist, he has found that too often, wild animals are forgotten about when it comes to animal rescues. Although local shelters exist in nearly every community, these locations are equipped only to meet the needs of domesticated animals, such as cats and dogs. While the zoo may be an interesting place for people to visit and learn about wildlife conservation, these initiatives rarely have the ability to take in animals in need. Perrys looks forward to being able to develop his own wildlife conservation rescue for birds of prey.