Rick studied Fish and Wildlife Technology at Sir Sandford Flaming School of Natural Resources and worked as an Environmental Researcher. He is also a member of many conservation organizations and is a former Fish and Wildlife Guardian with the MNR. He has been a consultant for wildlife and community conservation organizations. As our newest representative, Rick brings together a strong science background and experience in field observations and data collection. Field investigations are a critical aspects of Coyote Watch Canada’s mandate to provide evidence based findings partnered with non-lethal solutions for communities and wildlife conflict resolution outcomes.
Rick also completed his Wildlife Rehabilitation Specialist Certification and is an accomplished photographer.