Lu N. Carbyn is an internationally recognized wildlife biologist who specializes in the ecology, conservation and management of wolves and other carnivores and their prey. He is an Emeritus Research Scientist with Science and Technology, Federal Department of the Environment, Ottawa, and Adjunct Professor at the Department of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta.
Dr Carbyn’s research interests have also included avian ecology, ecosystem biology (grasslands), and studies on mammals in western and northern Canadian national parks. He became a biologist with the Canadian Wildlife Service in 1967 and a research scientist in 1974, and has served on assignments on wolf research projects in Poland and Portugal. From 1989 to 1993, he headed the Canadian Swift Fox Reintroduction program as chairman of the Recovery Team.
He has published and edited five books, and published numerous papers, on canid ecology. Carbyn has been a member of (IUCN) Wolf and canid Specialist Groups since 1978.
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