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Allie Mayberry, M.A., B.Sc.

Human and Natural Environment Consultant

Allie Mayberry is an environmental specialist with a background in wildlife ecology and human geography. She has extensive and diverse experience working on community development and wildlife management projects with Indigenous communities in Canada, Southeast Asia, and Southern Africa. Allie is a strong communicator who has also engaged in environmental education, natural history interpretation, and multimedia public outreach initiatives.

In 2011, she completed her B.Sc in Biology at Mount Allison University (Sackville, New Brunswick) where she studied ecology and conducted scientific research on North American shorebird migration. In 2015, she completed a Master of Arts in Geography at the University of Guelph (Guelph, Ontario) where she worked closely with rural farming communities in Botswana to investigate the consequences of human-wildlife conflict.

Allie is passionate about bridging the gap between communities, governments, the private sector and helping them to achieve their wildlife and resource management goals. She believes that positive relationships are built on clear communication and mutual understanding, and enjoys projects that are beneficial for all parties involved.



Creative Engagement

Environmental Monitoring

Funding Support

Additional Superpowers

Wildlife Ecology | Community Consultation and Engagement | Environmental Education | Human-Wildlife Conflict Resolution | Eco-tourism Guiding and Management |Natural and Social Science Research Methods | Social Media and Public Outreach |