Cori Lausen is a research biologist with Wildlife Conservation Society Canada. She instructs biologists across North America on the fundamentals of bat acoustics and the use of bat detectors for bat identification. She represents western Canada on the North American Bat Monitoring Program and North American Bat Conservation Alliance steering committees.
David Nagorsen is a research associate at the Royal BC Museum and the Royal Ontario Museum. With more than 30 years? experience as a biologist carrying out research, fieldwork, endangered species conservation and public education, he has worked as a mammalogist and wildlife consultant, and he has authored or co-authored four handbooks on British Columbia’s mammals.
Mark Brigham is a professor of biology at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, where he researches the behaviour and ecology of bats and nightjars. In 2006, he received the Gerrit S. Miller Jr. Award from the North American Society of Bat Research for lifetime contributions.
Jared Hobbs is a registered professional biologist and wildlife photographer who has worked for 25 years throughout British Columbia on many of the province’s rarest species. His images have been published in Canadian Geographic and British Columbia Magazine, and by government agencies and environmental groups.