Chris Doyle has been employed as a Conservation Officer for the BC Ministry of Environment since 1994. He currently holds the position of a Sergeant in the Sea to Sky Zone, which includes a large portion of Metro Vancouver as well as the Sea to Sky Corridor (including Whistler). This zone is responsible for managing and responding to up to 5,000 human-wildlife conflicts per year, most of these involving black bears. The Conservation Officers also respond to cougar, coyote and grizzly bear conflicts. His role as a public safety provider is focused on natural resource law enforcement and human wildlife conflicts prevention and response. Work towards BC Ministry of Environment ‘s vision of being a progressive and respected leader in environmental compliance and enforcement, shared stewardship and public safety.
Chris Doyle is a member of several working groups comprised of Ministry of Environment staff, municipal governments, non-government organizations, businesses and others including VANOC whose goals are to prevent and reduce human-wildlife conflicts in various communities in the zone. The Conservation Officer Service (BC Ministry of Environment) is a public safety provider focussed on natural resource law enforcement and human wildlife conflicts prevention and response. The COS vision is to be a progressive and respected leader in environmental compliance and enforcement, shared stewardship and public safety. Learn more about the COS
Radio Shows featuring Chris Doyle
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