Seabird researchers in Canada

Name Institution Country
Cathryn Abbott Fisheries and Oceans Canada Canada
Carita Bergman Parks Canada - Gwaii Haanas Canada
Philip Bertrand Université du Québec à Rimouski, UQAR Canada
Amie Black Canada
Louise Blight Procellaria Research & Consulting Canada
Kelly Boadway Canada
Alan Burger Canada
Harry Carter Carter biological Consulting Canada
Paloma Carvalho University of Manitoba Canada
Trudy Chatwin Canada
Alain Clavette Canada
Glenn Crossin Dalhousie University Canada
Tony Diamond University of New Brunswick Canada
Mark Dodds Canada
Alice Domalik Simon Fraser University Canada
Kyle Elliot McGill University Canada
Dave Fifield Canada
Michelle G. Fitzsimmons Memorial University of Newfoundland Canada
Tony Gaston Environment Canada Canada
Ryan Gill Canada
Carina Gjerdrum Canadian Wildlife Service Canada
Julia Gulka University of Manitoba Canada
Sarah Gutowsky Dalhousie University Canada
Luke Halpin Halpin Wildlife Research Canada
April Hedd Memorial University Canada
Gabriela Ibarguchi Queen's University Canada
Edward Jenkins University of Manitoba Canada
Gary Kaiser Royal BC Museum Canada
Kevin Kelly Canada
Maynard Laurie Canada
Beth MacCallum Bighorn Wildlife Technologies Ltd. Canada
Christie Macdonald Canada
Heather Major University of New Brunswick Canada
Mark Mallory Acadia University Canada
Ken Morgan Environment Canada, Canadian Wildlife Service Canada
Patrick O'Hara Environment Canada - University of Victoria Canada
Rosana Paredes Oregon State University Canada
Vivian Pattison Laskeek Bay Conservation Society Canada
Ingrid Pollet Dalhousie University Canada
Isabeau Pratte Acadia University, Nova Scotia Canada
Jennifer Provencher Acadia University Canada
Samantha Richman Canada
Richard Rycraft Canada
Moritz Schmid Université Laval, Canada and Takuvik laboratory Canada
Joanna Smith TNC Canada Canada
Ken Summers Canada
Stephanie C Symons University of New Brunswick, Fredericton Canada
Sarah Trefry University of New Brunswick Canada
Erin Whidden University of New Brunswick Canada