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Articles by Andrew McKinley

Andrew has significant experience in Canada and internationally, and has worked on a diverse range of environmental projects including carbon cycling in Canadian peatlands, mangrove forest conservation in Panama, environmental management for the Canadian mining industry, corporate sustainability consulting, and marine parks science/monitoring in Australia. Andrew has a Ph.D. in Biological Science from the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia), a MA.Sc. in Environmental Studies from the University of Toronto, and a BA (Honours) in Environment and Development from McGill University. He is a dedicated field naturalist, spending most of his free time bird watching, hiking, scuba diving, and looking for wildlife in their natural environment. Andrew is passionate about travel in Canada and around the world, and has searched for wildlife in 16 countries. He boasts sightings of nearly 3000 vertebrate species in their natural environment, including approximately 17% of the world’s bird species. Andrew lives with his wife in Ottawa.

Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement – Progress Continues, But There Is Still Much to Do!

The second anniversary of the historic Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement (CBFA) is rapidly approaching, and here at CPAWS we continue to be excited by the progress that we’ve made and the great potential for conservation outcomes from the agreement. CPAWS has been part of the CBFA from its very beginning, and our staff continue to be leaders in the on-going work to implement the agreement in all regions of the country.

No Herd Left Behind!!! CPAWS Eagerly Awaits Final Boreal Woodland Caribou Recovery Strategy