Dr. Heather Bryan featured in upcoming episode of Wolf School

Inset of Dr Heather Bryan smiling at the camera in a dark blue suit and white blouse, set against the main photograph of a pale brown wolf standing amidst rocks and yellow moss on an island shore beside a peaceful cove off the ocean.

Photo by April Bencze.

After our fantastic second Wolf School with the Wolf Conservation Center’s Regan Downey last week, our next Wolf School session will feature another inspiring scientist and educator, Dr. Heather Bryan.

Now an Assistant Professor in Ecosystem Science and Management at the University of Northern BC, Heather has played a critical role in Raincoast’s work on coastal wolves and bears for many years.

Her scientific research focuses on the responses of wildlife to environmental change by examining patterns in wildlife health across landscapes. Her work was a key part of Raincoast’s early application of non-invasive techniques to explore the genetic structure of coastal wolves. She has studied issues surrounding infectious disease, including the role that predators have in regulating disease.

You can register for Wolf School for free. Be sure to invite your friends to learn more from Heather this coming Wednesday at 6pm.

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