Kevin Chan is the Sahtú regional biologist with the Wildlife Division of GNWT Environment and Natural Resources based in Norman Wells. Before joining the GNWT, Kevin worked across North America on a large variety of taxa as a wildlife technician and biologist. His work is wide ranging from studies ecological community and predator prey interactions to efforts to monitor biodiversity and species distributions in the Northwest Territories. Kevin has a MSc in Wildlife Ecology from Trent University, where he studied lynx, snowshoe hare, and red squirrel interactions and their role in driving population cycles. Kevin is excited to be working with the SRRB and Sahtú community members to develop community driven research and looks forward to learning more about the culture, landscape, and wildlife of the Sahtú region.