Member Directory

  • Admin, ABMI

    The Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI) is a non-profit, scientific organization that monitors and reports status and trends in Alberta's wildlife and their habitats across the province and provides ongoing, relevant, and...
  • Anderson, Morgan

    Morgan is a wildlife biologist with the Omineca Region.
  • Baillie-David, Katie

    Katie Baillie-David is an MSc student in the School of Environmental Studies at the University of Victoria, where she is a member of the Applied Conservation Macroecology (ACME) Lab. Katie is using a wildlife camera array in northeast...
  • Bastos, Jaylen

    Jaylen Bastos is a Quuer Black and Latinx scientist whose work centers around urban conservation, animal behavior and human-wildlife coexistence. He Is a graduate of the University of British Columbia's Natural Resource Conservation...
  • Beirne, Chris

    Chris is a post-doc who works on how wildlife communities respond to anthropogenic disturbance and, ultimately, the implications of such changes. He has spent over 6 years living and working in areas of extreme biodiversity, including...
  • Bell, Elicia

    Elicia Bell is a graduate student in the SURREAL Laboratory within the Department of Geography at the University of Victoria. Her masters thesis uses camera trap data to investigate the spatiotemporal behavioural interactions that occur...
  • Blair, Cheryl

    I am a Senior Biologist at Splitrock Environmental Sekw'el'was. The focus of my research is predominantly on wildlife, habitat and conservation; my current wildlife project includes mesocarnivore, wolf, grizzly and black bear distribution....
  • Boucher, Nicole

    Nicole Boucher is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Applied Conservation Macro Ecology (ACME) Lab at the University of Victoria, supervised by Dr. Jason Fisher and Dr. Brian Starzomski. Nicole uses a combination of radiotelemetry and camera trap...
  • Bradshaw, Jacob

    Jake Bradshaw is a Master of Science student at the University of Northern British Columbia working under the direction of Dr. Chris Johnson. He is using a network of camera traps combined with integrated browse-pellet surveys to...
  • Brassard, Dylan

    Dylan Brassard is a current MSc student in the Lee-Yaw lab at the University of Lethbridge. Dylan is using trail camera data from Southwest Alberta to better understand the impacts of wildfire and recreation on black bears and grizzly...
  • Burgar, Joanna

    Joanna is a Wildlife Biologist for the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resources, Operations, and Rural Development, South Coast Region. Joanna has designed camera trap studies in both British Columbia and Alberta and has used camera...
  • Burke, Patrick

    Patrick Burke is a conservation ecologist and environmental consultant working on biodiversity, climate change, and environmental permitting for infrastructure projects. He uses passive monitoring tools, such as camera traps, bioacoustic...
  • Burton, Cole

    Cole Burton is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Forest Resources Management at the University of British Columbia. He is the Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Terrestrial Mammal Conservation, and Principal Investigator of UBC's...
  • Chipman, Rob

    Rob Chipman and the rest of this team are deeply concerned with the preservation and enhancement of BC's wild landscape and all the plants, animals and living beings that depend on it. We currently arrange public presentations to advance...
  • Chow, Emily

    Emily is a wildlife biologist for the Government of BC based in Cranbrook, BC. She operates a large camera grid in the southeast corner of the province as part of the Kootenay Remote Camera Wildlife Monitoring Project with the broad...
  • Clarke, Jamie

    Jamie is WildCAM's Wildlife Data Coordinator, in collaboration with FLNRORD and UBC's Wildlife Coexistence Lab. She is investigating the best methodology to estimate large mammal density, abundance and recruitment, so wildlife managers can...