Category Archives: Publications

Scientific publications

  • Bryant, A.A. 1996. Demography of Vancouver Island Marmots (Marmota vancouverensis) in natural and clearcut environments. Pages 157-168 in LeBerre, M., R. Ramousse and L. Le Guelte (Editors): Biodiversity in Marmots. International Marmot Network, Moscow, Russia and Lyon, France.
  • Bryant, A.A., J.P.L. Savard and R.M. McLaughlin. 1994. Breeding bird distribution and abundance in old-growth forests of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Journal of Field Ornithology Research Note on Avian Biology. 135: 203.
  • Bryant, A.A., J.P.L Savard and R.M. McLaughlin. 1992. Bird communities in old-growth and regenerating forests of western Vancouver Island. Northwest Environmental Journal. 8: 224-225.

Conference proceedings

  • Bryant, A.A. 2000.  Forestry and metapopulation dynamics of Vancouver Island marmots (Marmota vancouverensis). Abstracts, 80th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, Durham, NH, Jun. 17-21 2000.  Abstract.
  • Bryant, A.A., and D. Eastman. 2000. Forestry and historical population dynamics of Vancouver Island marmots (Marmota vancouverensis).  Poster.  Society for Ecological Restoration, Liverpool, UK, Sep. 16-18 2000.  Abstract.
  • Bryant, A.A. 1996. Demography of Vancouver Island Marmots (Marmota vancouverensis) in natural and clearcut environments. Pages 157-168 in LeBerre, M., R. Ramousse and L. Le Guelte (Editors): Biodiversity in Marmots. International Marmot Network, Moscow, Russia and Lyon, France.
  • Bryant, A.A. 1992. Burrowing owls in the south Okanagan: status and opportunities. Pages 75-82 in Rautio, S. (Editor). Community Action for Endangered Species. Symposium proceedings, Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society and Federation of B.C. Naturalists, Sept. 28/29, 1991, Vancouver, BC. ISBN 0969163320

Government publications

  • Bryant, A.A., J.P.L. Savard and R.M. McLaughlin. 1993. Avian communities in old-growth and managed forests of western Vancouver Island. Technical Report Series #167. Canadian Wildlife Service, Pacific and Yukon Region, Delta, BC. 115 pp.

Book chapters and contributions

  • Miles, Victoria, with Andrew Bryant. 1995. A marmot meadow. Pages 143-148 in How I Learned to Speak Dog and Other Animal Stories, collected by the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Douglas and McIntyre, Vancouver, BC. 188 pp.
  • Bryant, A.A. 1994. Habitat change and species replacement: the case of Red-tailed and Red-shouldered Hawks. Pages 229-235 in McNicholl, M.K., and J.L. Cranmer-Bing (Editors). Ornithology in Ontario. Ontario Field Ornithologists Special Publication No. 1, Burlington, ON. 400 pp.
  • Campbell, C.A., D.P. Coulson and A.A. Bryant. 1990. Status, distribution and life history characteristics of some butterflies at risk in the Carolinian forest zone of Ontario. Pages 207-252 in Allen, G.M., P.F.J. Eagles and S.D. Price (Editors).  Conserving Carolinian Canada. University of Waterloo Press, Waterloo, ON. 346 pp.
  • Bryant, A.A. 1987. Spotted sandpiper. Pages 168-169 in Cadman, M.D., P.F.J. Eagles and F.M. Helleiner, (Editors).  Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Ontario. University of Waterloo Press, Waterloo, ON. 617 pp.
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Popular articles

  • Bryant, A.A., with D.A. Blood. 1999. Vancouver Island Marmot. Wildlife at risk in British Columbia. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Victoria, BC. 6 pp.

Published photographs

Adult female Vancouver Island marmot, Haley Lake Ecological Reserve, 2 July 1988

Adult female Vancouver Island marmot, Haley Lake Ecological Reserve, 2 July 1988

My images have appeared in magazines such as National GeographicBBC WildlifeInternational WildlifeEquinoxMaclean’s, Western Living, and many other brochures, popular magazines  and scientific publications..

Some have also seen print in books such as

Squirrels of the World (2012)
Hope for Animals and their World (2011)
Rodents and Lagomorphs of BC (2010) 
Wild Science (2004) 
Saving Endangered Species With a Scientist (2004)
Die Murmeltiere der welt (1996)
(The Marmots of the World)

 

It’s not that I’m the world’s greatest photographer or anything, but I did get to spend a lot of time with a particular endangered rodent.  Indeed if you Google “Vancouver Island marmot images”, you’ll see a bunch of my work, more often than not uncredited.

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Squirrels of the World Hope for Animals and their WorldRodents and Lagamorphs of bCWild ScienceSaving endangered species with a scientist