Sean Boyle

Postdoctoral Fellow

I am interested in the ways society and wildlife interact with one another. I started working with the lab in June 2019, after completing my PhD at Laurentian University with Dr. Jacqueline Litzgus and Dr. David Lesbarrères where I studied the impact of roads on wildlife with a focus on improving and understanding the effectiveness of mitigation strategies. I am now investigating large mammal spatial ecology and behaviour using a combination of trail cameras, GPS telemetry data, and aboriginal traditional knowledge with a specific interest in moose, a species which has experienced substantial declines and whose population stability is important to many indigenous and non-indigenous communities.