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Originally from Calgary in Alberta, Canada, Dr. Hugh Robinson began his higher education at the University of Calgary, where he graduated with a B.S. in Geography. Dr. Robinson went on to receive his Master’s and Ph.D. in Natural Resource Sciences at Washington State University, where he studied the population dynamics of cougars and their prey. Dr. Robinson then spent four years as a post doctoral research fellow at the University of Montana, where he gained extensive experience in the quantification of animal population parameters and habitat use. Dr. Robinson has been involved in cougar research since 1996, and his work has helped shape wildlife management in Montana, Washington, British Columbia, and the Mountain National Parks of Canada.