Dr Mark is a wildlife veterinarian and founder of Global Wildlife Resources. He has been assisting with wildlife captures and teaching chemical capture courses for over 30 years to zoo and wildlife students and professionals. His most exciting project was being Project Veterinarian for the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 1995-96 gray wolf reintroduction program into Yellowstone National Park while hired as the first wildlife veterinarian working for the National Park Service. He is an Affiliate Faculty with the University of Montana Wildlife Biology Program and is an instructor for USDA Wildlife Services. Dr Mark trains many state wildlife agencies with his online course, “The Foundations of Wildlife Capture”.
He has taught canid capture and handling courses for several zoos, wolf sanctuaries, and for the Red Wolf Recovery Program. He is currently Project Veterinarian for the Colville Tribe Lynx Augmentation Program and for Panther’s Olympic Cougar Project in Washington state. With every course Dr Mark emphasises the importance of care, honour, and respect for every animal we handle and strives to empower each person he teaches