Nicole Boucher

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 surveys to assess moose calf survival and habitat selection in relation to forest harvesting and predation risk in Interior BC.

Affiliations: University of Victoria

Species Studied: Moose; Grey Wolf; Black Bear; Grizzly Bear; Cougar; Mule Deer; White-Tailed Deer


  • Interior BC Moose Predation Risk Project

    Two arrays of 50 wildlife cameras were deployed southwest of Prince George and northwest of Kamloops to identify the impacts of forest harvesting on distributions of moose and their predators. Predator distributions will be used to...