Robin Naidoo

Robin Naidoo is the Lead Scientist for Wildlife Conservation at WWF-US and an Adjunct Professor in the Institute for Resources, Environment & Sustainability at the University of British Columbia.  He leads a camera trap project in the South Chilcotin Mountains of BC that is focused on examining relationships between recreational trail-use and wildlife communities, as well as density estimation and comparison of camera trap data with eDNA for quantifying abundances of various species.

Affiliations: World Wildlife Fund - US; University of British Columbia

Species Studied: All; Grizzly Bear


  • Recreational Impacts on the Wildlife of the South Chilcotins

    64 wildlife cameras have been deployed with the South Chilcotin Mountains Provincial Park and adjacent Mining and Tourism Areas (MTAs) to investigate the effects of multiple types of recreation's impacts on the wildlife living within the...