Melanie Moore
  • Dipl.: British Columbia Institute of Technology (Fish, Wildlife, and Recreation Management) 2021
  • B.A.: Simon Fraser University (Criminology, Environmental Management, Police Studies) 2016
Melanie Moore completed her Diploma in Fish, Wildlife, and Recreation Management (2021) at BCIT. She specializes in habitat restoration and has a variety of field experience that includes working with birds, bats, amphibians, reptiles, fish, and small mammals. Melanie has led the planning, implementation, and delivery of Pacific salmon and Western Toad survey projects. She has worked closely with the Seabird Island Band and consulted on the protection for fish, wildlife, and First Nation rights with different industries, government, and regulatory agencies. She has directed different teams in the collection of reptile and bat survey data, and the relocation of nests from industrial sites and roadsides.

Melanie is passionate about fish and wildlife conservation and protection. She has a curiosity of the natural world and considers herself a life-long student. Melanie is currently taking part-time courses through Thompson Rivers University while working towards the Registered Professional Biologist (R.P.Bio.) designation with the College of Applied Biologists in British Columbia.