Dr. Hance Ellington joined the Cook County Coyote Project in the fall of 2015. He earned his PhD from Trent University, examining individual and population-level drivers of coyote space use. He specializes in movement ecology, population demographics, and ecological data synthesis. He brings his skill set to the project to examine how spatial memory develops, how this development is influenced by the environment, and how spatial memory influences animal movement choices. You can learn more about Hance on his website.
Post-Doc Researcher, The Ohio State University