Joined LGL in 2017
B.Sc.: University of Victoria (Biology) 2017
Growing up in Whistler and on Vancouver Island gave Keegan Meyers an appreciation for the wondrous landscapes and biodiversity of British Columbia. This appreciation of flora, fauna, and spatial processes led him to pursue a degree in Biology at the University of Victoria with a focus on wildlife ecology, biogeography, and geographic information technology.
Keegan has a broad range of experience including positions with the provincial and federal government where he has worked on a variety of projects including wildlife and vascular plant species at risk data management and bark beetle biology and research. Keegan began working for LGL as a wildlife technician co-op monitoring the habitat use of Western Painted Turtles and other reptiles/amphibians in the drawdown zone of Revelstoke Reach.