Terri-Lee Reid is CWF’s Freshwater Conservation Researcher. She leads CWF’s initiatives in researching, designing and delivering freshwater programs and advocating CWF’s freshwater positions to government, the public and other stakeholders.
Terri-Lee joined the CWF team in 2003. She has her bachelor’s degree in Biology from Dalhousie University and a diploma in Natural Resources Technology from Lakeland College. She has been involved with stream surveys, sharp-tailed grouse population surveys and has previously worked at a wildlife rehabilitation centre caring for injured and orphaned wildlife before their release back into the environment.
Terri-Lee enjoys spending time outside with her two children, passing onto them her enthusiasm and appreciation of all nature has to offer.