Member Directory

  • Gow, Elizabeth

    Elizabeth Gow is a Liber Ero Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of Guelph, where she studies the impacts of domestic cats on birds and other wildlife. Elizabeth uses trail camera surveys to find...
  • Granados, Alys

    Alys Granados is WildCAM's Science Coordinator and a postdoc in the WildCo Lab at UBC. She is using WildCAM data to study how mammal species and communities respond to changes in land use and recreation in BC and AB. Alys earned her PhD...
  • Greenberg, Saul

    Saul Greenberg is an Emeritus Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Calgary, specializing in Human Computer Interaction. He is also the developer of the Timelapse Image Analysis System for Camera traps, a...
  • Griggs, Emma

    Emma Griggs is the Program Manager of Wildlife Forever at the BC Parks Foundation. Emma works closely with the WildCo lab as the Communications, Outreach and Engagement Coordinator, to bring a monthly newsletter, blog, and other...
  • Harrower, Bill

    Bill is a Carnivore Conservation Professional in Conservation Science Section of the BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy and a Research Associate at in the Department of Forest and Conservation Sciences at UBC. He is...
  • Hazette, Romane

    Romane Hazette is an ethologist from Belgium who moved in Alberta in 2019. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology (University of Liège, Belgium) and a Master's degree in Ethology (University of Sorbonne Paris Nord, France). She is...
  • Heard, Doug

    Doug Heard retired in 2015 from his job as a wildlife biologist with both the governments of the NWT and BC and is now an independent researcher with his company, Tithonus Wildlife Research and is an adjunct professor at the University of...
  • Hessami, Mateen

    Mateen has worked as a wildlife technician and undergraduate researcher at the University of Montana with Dr. Mark Hebblewhite since 2016 on his long-term elk/predator project at the Ya Ha Tinda, Alberta. He has managed a previously...
  • Hirner, Joanna

    Joanna is the Conservation Specialist for the South Coast Region of BC Parks, which includes provincial parks of the Sunshine Coast, Sea to Sky, the Lower Mainland, and the Fraser Valley as far east as Skagit Valley Provincial Park. She...
  • Jackson, Cheyney

    Cheyney Jackson is the Field Coordinator for the Marmot Recovery Foundation, a charitable organization that is working to recover the endangered Vancouver Island Marmot (Marmota vancouverensis). The Marmot Recovery Foundation uses camera...
  • JOLIN, ERIC

    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...
  • Jones, Matt

    Matt Jones is an field biologist with Dillon Consulting, and the University of British Columbia Okanagan. He is an in-house biologist with the Wild Sheep Society of BC and a member of the BC Wildlife Federations youth engagement team. Matt...
  • Joshi, Bhuwan

    Bhuwan Joshi is an undergraduate student at the Institute of Forestry, Nepal under Tribhuvan University having a keen interest in wildlife conservation, habitat management, human-wildlife conflict with a major focus on terrestrial mammals....
  • Kistowska, Kasia

    Kasia is an ecosystems biologist with Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resources Operations, and Rural Development. She is currently using wildlife cameras to monitor the use of a bear wallow outside of Kitiwanga BC
  • Klees van Bommel, Joanna

    Joanna is a Master's student in the Wildlife Coexistence Laboratory at the University of British Columbia, and is using camera traps to study human-carnivore conflict in the Capital Regional District of BC, specifically looking at black...
  • Lamb, Clayton

    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.