Andrew is the Joint Venture Coordinator with the Canadian Wildlife Service’s Pacific Region. As a passionate biologist, he has been involved in a myriad of research projects in ecotoxicology, population ecology, and conservation genetics. He previously worked as an environmental assessment coordinator, where he reviewed impact assessment projects and provided technical advice related to Environment and Climate Change Canada’s regulations and policies on wetlands, species at risk, and migratory birds.
Outside of work Andrew manages and operates a bird banding station at Iona Island amongst other outreach activities for the WildResearch Society. Originally from Taiwan, he now lives in North Vancouver, British Columbia.