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John Paczkowski, MSc

Kananaskis Country

John is a biologist who has concentrated his career on wildlife research and conservation, mainly with large carnivores.  John uses wildlife research as a lens to focus decisions on the protection and management of Alberta parks and adjacent lands. He welcomes collaboration with other scientists, students and the public.

Major Responsibilities / Research Interests

John's responsibilities and research interests focus on

Past and present research include

Selected Publications

Fisher JT, Heim N, Code S, Paczkowski J (2016) Grizzly Bear Noninvasive Genetic Tagging Surveys: Estimating the Magnitude of Missed Detections. PLoS ONE 11(9): e0161055. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0161055

Eastern Bow Valley Wildlife Corridor Study: Wildlife Camera Study-Summary Report, Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Parks Division, Canmore, Alberta. January 19, 2011.

Eastern Bow Valley Wildlife Corridor Study: Wildlife Camera Study-Summary Report, Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Parks Division, Canmore, Alberta. January 19, 2011.

Eastern Bow Valley Wildlife Corridor Study: An Analysis of Winter Tracking and Monitoring. Final Report. Prepared by: Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Parks Division. Canmore, Alberta. November 24, 2010.

Contact Information

John.Paczkowski@gov.ab.ca
Phone: 403-678-5500 Ext. 238
Provincial Building, Second Floor
800 Railway Avenue
Canmore, Alberta
T1W 1P1

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