Carl Savignac is the founder and the director of Dendroica Environnement et Faune. He has obtained a Masters degree in biological sciences at Université Laval in 1996 studying the use of forest habitats by the Pileated Woodpecker in the mixed and deciduous forests of La Mauricie national park and adjacent public land in southern Québec. Carl has more than twenty years of experience in the field of applied research and a comprehensive knowledge of the ecology of terrestrial fauna and Canadian species at risk. He has extensive experience developing environmental monitoring programs for wildlife throughout Canada. He is the author of numerous of environmental impact studies, technical reports and scientific publications on species at risk, forest bird communities in the boreal and temperate forests. Within Dendroica, he acts as the project director in the development and coordination of environmental assessment programs and research projects.
Jacob Gendron is a wildlife technician graduated from St-Félicien CEGEP, Québec. He has many years of experience with wildlife management, songbirds and mammals surveys, fish habitat restoration and characterization and wetland assessments.
Depending on projects size, Dendroica Environnement et Faune is also joined by several collaborators all experts in the field such as ornithology, botany, ecological mapping and environmental assessment studies. The scientists at Dendroica Environnement et Faune are universally known for their enthusiasm and drive during the planning and implementation of wildlife inventory programs.