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Allie Mayberry, M.A., B.Sc.
Wildlife Biologist & Social Research Consultant
Allie Mayberry is a wildlife specialist with a background in biology and human geography. She has diverse experience working on wildlife management, natural resource management, and community development projects with Indigenous communities in Canada, Southeast Asia, and Southern Africa. Allie is also a strong communicator who has engaged in environmental education, natural history interpretation, and multimedia public outreach initiatives.
She has contributed to a variety of projects including Indigenous knowledge and land use and occupancy studies, policy review, environmental management planning, and technical peer reviews of environmental assessments for transmission lines, pipelines, and mines. Allie is also an experienced natural and social science researcher. She holds a B.Sc in Biology from Mount Allison University where she conducted scientific research on North American shorebird migration and an M.A. in Geography from the University of Guelph, where she worked closely with rural farming communities in Botswana to investigate the impacts of human-elephant conflict on well-being.
Allie is passionate about bridging the gap between communities, governments, and the private sector by helping them to achieve their wildlife and natural resource management goals. She believes that positive working relationships are built on clear communication and mutual understanding, and enjoys projects that are beneficial for all parties involved.
Wildlife Biology | Community Consultation and Engagement | Natural Resource Management | Social and Natural Science Research Methods | Eco-Tourism | Human-Wildlife Conflict | Social Media | Visual Communications