Warren Fleming
Senior Wildlife Ecologist
  • M.Sc.: University of Alberta (Ecology and Wildlife Management) 2001
  • B.Sc.: University of Northern British Columbia (Biology:Wildlife) 1997
Warren Fleming is experienced in the research and monitoring of wildlife communities and their habitats throughout western Canada. His first job in biology was for a professor at UNBC who introduced Warren to avian ecology; he has been chasing birds, and all other things wild, ever since. After completing a Bachelor’s degree in biology and a Master’s degree in ecology in 2001, Warren spent his career working with industrial developers in the forestry, mining, urban development, and the oil and gas sectors, toward reducing the impacts of development and resource extraction on ecosystems. He has a keen interest in the workings of government policy relating to the regulatory process and served as a board member of the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists for six years.

After a move back to British Columbia and joining LGL Limited, Warren has continued to work in the Athabasca Oilsands region on reclamation of developed areas and the success of reclamation procedures in establishing viable ecological communities. He also works on the monitoring of wildlife species and communities associated with many types of development. Warren is a Registered Professional Biologist (R.P.Bio.) in B.C. under the College of Applied Biologists and is a Professional Biologist (P.Biol.) under the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists.