Clayton Lamb

Clayton Lamb is a PhD Candidate at the University of Alberta using camera traps to monitor carnivore use of roadkill carcass pits and to reduce animal time in traps for collaring.

Affiliations: University of Alberta

Species Studied: Grizzly Bear; All; Grizzly Bear; All


  • Elk Valley Grizzly Bear Project

    20 wildlife cameras have been deployed and are being used in conjunction with hair snags and GPS collars to investigate rates and mechanisms of grizzly bear mortality and reproduction across a human-influence gradient.

  • Fernie Recreation Monitoring

    20 cameras monitoring recreation effects of motorized and non-motorized recreation near Fernie. Paired cameras on adjacent wildlife trails.

  • Carcass Pit Monitoring

    Monitoring carcass pits to ensure grizzly bears don’t break into electrified bunkers.

  • Highway 3 Wildlife Monitoring

    Monitoring along Highway 3 between Hosmer, BC, and the Alberta border. Cameras have been deployed under bridges and at underpasses; control cameras have been set ~100-500 m away in the forest.