Paul Walker graduated from the University of Leeds in the UK with a degree in Zoology. He is Co-director of Wildtracks, and directs the wildlife rehabilitation activities and subsequent releases. Previous wildlife experience includes wildlife rehabilitation from an early age, care of sanctuary primates in the UK, involvement in the initial rehabilitation of chimpanzees in Spain and planning for their release in the Ivory Coast, and postgraduate research on tropical amphibian ecology. Research publication spread from amphibian ecology, species assessments, to forest structure and carbon storage, biodiversity and protected area planning.
Zoe Walker graduated from University of Leeds with a degree in Ecology. She is a Co-director of Wildtracks and a leader in the field of conservation planning in Belize. She works with both Government and Non-government agencies towards strengthening the national protected areas system, as well as ecosystem and wildlife conservation and management. Zoe is renowned for her communication skills and as a leader in inclusive participatory processes in conservation planning and assessments. She has led many national and site level conservation planning initiatives, resulting in outputs ranging from protected area management plans for more than 20 of Belize's protected areas to Belize's 5th National Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity.
Alysha McGrattan is the Primate Rehabilitation and Volunteer Manager at Wildtracks. She is responsible for volunteer coordination, training, development of volunteer information materials, and day- to-day oversight, as well as primate integrations, progress, and health check-ups through regular fecal testing. Leading volunteers and monkeys through their Wildtracks journey, while ensuring both groups have the best possible experience at the centre, is what Alysha’s role is all about. She has been working at Wildtracks since 2014, after having graduated from the University of New Brunswick, Canada, with a degree in Interdisciplinary Leadership and Biology.