Synergy Applied Ecology (SAE) is a small firm of registered professional biologists that take big projects from start to finish. We are a one-stop-shop with a singular purpose: conducting research that stands up to peer review and provides practical solutions to management challenges.

A midnight mortality investigation for a disease monitoring program led to publication of the first report of myocardial necrosis associated with Clostridium novyi infection in a bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis)

Our work is rooted in fish and wildlife science, but our approach and skills serve broader interests across of range of disciplines. The common theme across projects is data-centered decision-making in integrated planning processes that balance natural, cultural, and economic values.

Much of our work over the past 20 years has been as project leaders in multi-stakeholder research collaborations focused on ecology and management strategies for Stone’s sheep, bighorn sheep, and mountain goats. More recently, we are focused on cross-disciplinary approaches to community-based fish and wildlife research, bridging the gap between science and the public.

Our lead personnel are detail-oriented, strategic thinkers focused on delivering exceptional value and pragmatic solutions to clients. Conducting fish and wildlife research together since 2001, we have over 35 years combined experience in ecological research, operational fish and wildlife habitat assessments, and development of management strategies.

We collaborate with like-minded individuals and companies that share our commitment to high quality work. Contact us to learn more about our projects or to discuss potential partnerships.

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Pamela Hengeveld
Wild sheep specialist and founder of WILDLIFE.FISH. Also known as the quiet neighbour with the really big freezer.
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Clint Cubberley
Aquatic ecologist. Accidental wild sheep and goat biologist. Lab geek. I spend most of my time in the mountains and around water.
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