Our time at Kvai (Koeye) is coming to an end far too quickly. This morning we had another fun day of learning and games. First, we learned about provisioning theory: some of the kids (including me) pretended to be chicks in nests of different sizes, begging their parents (other kids) for food (goldfish crackers).
Kyle Artelle, PhD
Kyle Artelle is a Raincoast Conservation Foundation Biologist and an adjunct assistant professor in the University of Victoria Geography Department. His work is at the interface of science and policy, including ecology and conservation of black and grizzly bears in the territories of the Heiltsuk, Kitasoo/Xai’xais, Nuxalk, and Wuikinuxv First Nations, wildlife management in BC and beyond, and questions regarding the role of science and values in environmental interactions.