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Recovery Strategy for the Eastern Hog-nosed Snake (Heterodon platirhinos) in Canada (Proposed)

4. Recovery Team members


  • Gary Allen  – Parks Canada
  • Angela McConnell – Canadian Wildlife Service

Past co-chairs:

  • Gary Allen / Angela McConnell (co-chair 2002-2005) – formerly of Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
  • Brian Hutchinson (co-chair 2002-2005) – Parks Canada
  • Deb Jacobs (co-chair 2005) – Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.
  • Alistair MacKenzie (co-chair 2005) – formerly of Ontario Parks

Team members:

  • Gary Allen – Parks Canada
  • Dr. Ron Brooks – University of Guelph  
  • Glenda Clayton – Georgian Bay Reptile Awareness Program
  • Glenn Cunnington – Snake Researcher
  • Todd Farrell – Nature Conservancy of Canada
  • Scott Gillingwater – Thames River Conservation Authority
  • Angie Horner – Ecologist
  • Deb Jacobs – Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
  • James Kamstra – Kamstra Ecostudies
  • Talena Kraus – Consultant
  • Anna Lawson – Snake Researcher
  • Andrew Lentini – Toronto Zoo
  • Vicki McKay – Parks Canada
  • Alistair MacKenzie – Pinery Provincial Park
  • Carrie MacKinnon – Snake Researcher
  • Andrew Promaine – Georgian Bay Islands National Park
  • Jeremy Rouse– Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
  • Roxanne St. Martin – Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
  • Rob Willson – Snake Ecologist
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