Greg is a Registered Professional Biologist with over 12 years of experience working and volunteering in the fields of ecology, environmental education and research, and natural resource management. He specializes in wildlife and habitat assessment, with an emphasis on Species at Risk, habitat enhancement and restoration, conservation planning, and community engagement.
Greg has worked as a biologist with federal, provincial, municipal, and aboriginal governments, private consultants, environmental non-governmental organizations, and academia throughout southern and central British Columbia. He holds a B.Sc. in Natural Resources Conservation; a multidisciplinary degree focusing on the forest, grassland, and aquatic ecosystem ecology and management. He also possesses an Advanced Certificate in Habitat Restoration, with specialization in wildlife, fisheries, and watershed management, habitat restoration, and biophysical inventory techniques.
On his personal time, Greg enjoys hiking, bird watching, species at risk inventory, cycling, swimming, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
Greg will be presenting research on barn swallow population and range decline in BC's Lower Mainland.
Kelly is Program Director for Hope Mountain Centre and has coordinated the Manning Park Bird Blitz since 2000. Kelly has delivered outdoor education in Manning Park and the Skagit Valley for 16 years.
Mar 12, 2014