Member Directory

  • Darimont, Chris

    Chris is an interdisciplinary conservation scientist whose group is interested in applied work for wildlife, people and places. For more, see: https://web.uvic.ca/~darimont/people/chris-darimont/
  • Davis, Larry

    Larry is an independent biologist working in BC's Cariboo-Chilcotin region on wildlife-forestry interactions and a member of the BC Fisher Working Group. I have used camera traps to document fisher use of artificial reproductive den boxes...
  • Dawe, Kimberly

    Dr. Kim Dawe is a professor at Quest University Canada. Kim is currently using remote cameras as part of her Sea to Sky Mammal Monitoring Project, a long-term monitoring project that is expanding in the Sea to Sky region of BC (Squamish,...
  • Day, Andy

    Andy is the CEO of the BC Parks Foundation and a member of WildCAM's steering committee. He holds a  Ph.D in Resource and Environmental Management. Most of his career has been about making the elusive 'ecosystem approach' real through...
  • Dubuc, Martine

    Martine Dubuc is a resident of Squamish, living in the Garibaldi Highlands area with a curiousity in wildlife activity and interested in providing data in the hopes of protecting wildlife corridors and hoping future residential/commercial...
  • Dyson, Matt

    Matt is a PhD candidate in the School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability at the University of Waterloo. Matt is interested in how land use change affects wildlife space use, behaviour, and population dynamics and how camera traps...
  • Eliuk, Laura

    Laura Eliuk is an MSc student in Dr. Jason Fisher's ACME Lab in the School of Environmental Studies at the University of Victoria. Laura uses camera traps to assess human activity and mammal distributions in the Eastern Slopes of Alberta's...
  • Ernst, Bevan

    Bevan is a biologist working for the province of BC in the caribou recovery program.
  • Fennell, Mitch

    Mitch Fennell is an MSc student in UBC's Wildlife Coexistence Lab, focussed on studying interactions between human recreation and wildlife communities in BC's protected areas. Mitch has past experience investigating mesocarnivore...
  • Finnegan, Laura

    Laura leads the Caribou Program at fRI Research, Hinton, Alberta. The Caribou Program team works with partners across sectors to carry out applied research on caribou recovery and conservation.
  • Fisher, Alina

    Alina Fisher is a PhD student in Environmental Studies at the University of Victoria. She is using camera trap surveys in conjunction with repeat photo techniques (mountainlegacy.ca) to look at how wildlife community assemblages change as...
  • Fisher, Jason

    Jason is Adjunct Professor at the University of Victoria and Head of the Applied Conservation Macro Ecology Lab (ACME). Jason has helped pioneer camera trapping in Canada and has been camera trapping almost 20 years in boreal, mountain,...
  • Ford, Adam

    Adam T. Ford is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of British Columbia and Canada Research Chair in Restoration Ecology. Adam's work examine the impact of human activity on the interactions among large...
  • Foster, Samuel

    Sam Foster is a PhD student at the University of Idaho exploring how mule deer in southern B.C. seasonally distribute themselves and utilize landscapes. He is using camera traps to understand how they do so in response to members of the...
  • Gallis, Alex

    Alex Gallis is currently a Biologist in Training through the College of Applied Biology. He is working as an environmental technician for a gold mine within the Golden Triangle of BC and is hoping to enter into a master's program in 2022....
  • Gilbert, Sophie

    Dr. Sophie Gilbert is a wildlife ecologist and assistant professor at the University of Idaho, interested in how animals respond to the rapidly changing modern world, including behavior and population and community dynamics, as well as...