Collin is a biologist and project manager with the Pacific Salmon Foundation and has over 10 years’ experience working with salmon in a broad range of studies throughout British Columbia. He is a Registered Professional Biologist (RPBio) and holds an M.Sc. in salmon ecology and a B.Sc. in Natural Resource Conservation from the University of British Columbia. Collin’s role in the Bottlenecks Project is to oversee and implement all the key components of this broad research program – everything from paperwork and planning to field work and data analyses, to writing and communicating, his job is to make sure the main objectives and primary research questions of the study are addressed. Born and raised on Vancouver Island, Collin has had fish on his mind since he was a little guy catching trout in the Big Qualicum River; he has a deep appreciation for the role of salmon in the ecology and way of life in BC.