Joined LGL in 2021
M.Sc. in Applied Science: St. Mary’s University (Ecology) 2018
B.Sc. in Wildlife Biology: Murray State University (Wildlife Biology) 2012
Since 2012, Cody Fouts has worked to conserve species- and ecosystems-at-risk. His research has involved adapting novel technologies and approaches to solve complex ecological challenges. His work explores the ecology of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, insects, and vegetation; assesses impacts of human−wildlife interactions and proposes mitigation consistent with responsible resource stewardship; and synthesizes and tests tenants of theoretical ecology on wild systems. Cody is skilled at study design, analysis, modelling, data collection and management, and reporting.
Cody’s connection to the outdoors transcends work and recreation and fuels his passion for wildlife conservation. Outside of work, he is an avid hiker, cyclist, hunter, fisherman, and carpenter. Cody is a Registered Professional Biologist in B.C. under the College of Applied Biology.