Eric Jolin is a Wildlife Biologist and recipient of the 2019 Canada's New Noah scholarship, currently working as an Island Restoration Technician for the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation. Prior to this position, he worked as an Ungulate Technician for the University of Washington, where he deployed camera traps to monitor the success rates of clover traps and to detect scavenging behaviour of large mammalian predators. Eric has also used camera traps extensively to monitor herpetofauna, assessing the use of eco-passages by species at risk reptiles, with approximately 1 million photos reviewed annually.
Affiliations: Wildlife Preservation Canada
Species Studied: Turtle spp.; Snake spp.; White-Tailed Deer; Elk; Bird spp.; Bobcat