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Hannah holds a BSc. in wildlife biology and is a MSc. candidate at Trent University studying caribou habitat selection patterns.
Her research experience has taken her across the country, from Yukon all the way to Newfoundland. As manager for the Eastern Wolf Survey, she spent several months non-invasively tracking at-risk eastern wolves through Ontario's provincial parks to refine the known distribution of this elusive species. Her passion for environmental education and engaging the public in wildlife decision-making processes led her to her current roles: director of wildlife conservation campaigns at Toronto-based eNGO Earthroots and Treasurer for Wolf Awareness Inc. Hannah recognizes that wildlife management is ultimately the management of our tolerance for wild animals and she strives to combine ethics and science to strengthen conservation. Hannah is one of three partners in the wildlife education initiative, Coyote Wolf Bear (www.coyotewolfbear.org).
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