Alannah Biega

Biologist, Marine Species at Risk
  • Developing technical reports such as the Progress Reports for Resident and Transient Killer Whales.
  • Reviewing grants and contributions applications and reports.
  • Creating and maintaining GIS spatial data for marine species at risk.
  • Supporting team processes such as SARA listing, permitting, and recovery implementation.

Education and awards

Maîtrise ès sciences en biologie, Simon Fraser University
Baccalauréat ès sciences en zoologie, Guelph University

Key publications

Biega, A. et al. 2019. Guiding the prioritization of the most endangered and evolutionary distinct birds for ex-situ conservation. Zoo Biology, 38(3): 305-315.

Biega, A. et al. 2017. Global representation of threatened amphibians ex situ is bolstered by non-traditional institutions, but gaps remain. Animal Conservation, 20: 113-119. 

Biega, A. and T.E. Martin. 2017. Do amphibian conservation breeding programmes target species of immediate and future conservation concern? Oryx, 52(4): 723-729.

Martin, T.E., A. Biega, et al. 2017. Asking the right questions about the role of zoos in amphibian conservation. Animal Conservation, 20: 126-127.