Gary Schroyen is a researcher, tracker, educator and citizen scientist. Schroyen is a vocal advocate in the protection of critical wildlife habitat and of the local native wildlife. The primary focus on camera trapping has been the study of animal communication and behavior. In particular that of the American Black Bear, Roosevelt Elk, Cougar and the Vancouver Island Wolf. One of Schroyen's goals is to help erase the negative stigma of our natural predators through public awareness and education via his slide presentations.
Affiliations: Coexistence with Carnivores Alliance; Project Howl
Species Studied: American Beaver; American Marten; Black Bear; Cougar; Elk; Grey Wolf; Coastal Black-Tailed Deer; American Beaver; American Marten
Wildlife cameras have been deployed in selective key travel routes situated near wetlands, creeks and mountain passes to monitor various species of large mammals in a regional park. The park encompasses many mountains, lakes and streams...