Skip to main content


Karina Lamy

fRI Research
Job Title
Wildlife Biologist


Karina Lamy is a biologist, RPBio, with a BSc. in Biology from the University of Ottawa and a Masters in Environmental Design from the University of Calgary. Her Master’s thesis was on urban coyotes in Calgary, studying the functional connectivity (movement and habitat networks) of coyotes through biological and environmental seasons. She has recently worked for Parks Canada in Revelstoke/Glacier and Jasper National Parks, and for the Ministry of British Columbia in the Kootenay Boundary Region. Previous to this, she worked in Calgary at O2 Planning + Design as a landscape ecologist – developing habitat management strategic directions by conducting spatial analyses and writing management and policy recommendations. Outside of work, Karina really likes to backcountry ski and mountain bike on her spare time, and can be found ranging through the mountains to fulfill her resource requirements.

Program & Project Involvement

Caribou Program

Caribou Program

The fRI Research Caribou Program carries out applied research, in partnership with industry and the Government of Alberta, to help maintain caribou herds in Alberta into the future.

Stay connected