Brian Folt, Ph.D.

Brian Folt is a quantitative ecologist who uses field research, modeling skills, and structured decision making to understand the population ecology and management of wild animals. 

Biography

At the Fort Collins Science Center, Brian is working with the Wild Horse and Burro Research Team to build population modeling tools to support management decisions for wild horses, largely in collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management. He also is interested in using population viability analyses to inform Species Status Assessments and listing decisions for imperiled species, such as the Gopher Tortoise and Eastern Indigo Snake.