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Scott D. Gillingwater

Scott D. Gillingwater


Scott Gillingwater is a species at risk biologist/herpetologist from Ontario, Canada. He has carried out reptile research and recovery efforts professionally since 1994, studying a wide array of herpetofauna, though long-term research efforts focus on spotted, Blanding's and spiny softshell turtles, and Queensnake and eastern hog-nosed snake. He is a member of the IUCN Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group, various recovery teams, and reptile conservation initiatives, past-president of the Canadian Herpetological Society and sits as a member of both federal (COSEWIC) and provincial (COSSARO) Species At Risk assessment and listing committees in Canada.