Marc Dupuis-Desormeaux

My interests lie in human-wildlife conflicts, carnivore behaviour in small reserves and population dynamics of wildlife in urban centres.  I have field sites in Kenya (at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy), where I study carnivore behaviour, prey traps, wildlife fencing, as well as issues arising in communities living on the borders of wildlife conservancies. 

I am active as an urban field biologist and work closely with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) where I study turtle demographics in urban and created wetlands as well as the effects of persistent road mortality on turtle demographics.

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