October 10, 2020

11:45 am PDT


Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant

Large Carnivore Ecologist

As a large carnivore ecologist, Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant is well-versed in the behavior of predators like grizzly and black bears. Her current field studies are based in The Great Plains of Montana in the United States, where her focus on grizzly bear conservation encompasses the development of habitat corridors and research on the driving factors of human-carnivore conflict. She has received degrees from Emory University, Yale University, and Columbia University, and holds standing relationships with National Geographic and the American Museum of Natural History. Dr. Wynn-Grant has been passionate about wildlife all of her life and uses her conservation biology expertise to both inform protection strategies for carnivores like lions and bears, and tell their stories to the world.