Ecologist by training, conservationist in practice. My training, background and experience includes marine and terrestrial ecology, community-based restoration, and wildlife rescue and veterinary. Favorite place on Earth to sleep: Fakarava [Havaiki-te-araro], Tuamotu, French Polynesia. Favorite place on Earth to lose sleep: Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique.
PhD in progress, Post-War Recovery of Large Carnivores in the Gorongosa Ecosystem, Central Mozambique. Center for Wildlife Management, University of Pretoria.
Seminário sobre Revisão da Estratégia e Plano de Acção para Conservação do Leão (Panthera leo) em Moçambique. Cidade de Maputo, 4 - 5 de Novembro de 2015. [Lion Conservation Strategy Workshop]. Presenter.
Big Cats of Central Mozambique - the Comeback. National Geographic Headquarters, Washington DC. September 2013. Presenter.
Community-Based Programs for Salmon & Watershed Recovery. Fisheries Restoration and Science in a Changing Climate - Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference. March 2010. Poster.
Pincetich, Steiner, Bouley. Evaluation of Coho and Steelhead Production in the SanGeronimo Valley Headwaters of the Lagunitas CreekWatershed, 2006-2008. Technical Report.
Bouley, Steiner, Pincetich. Bringing Back the Coho Salmon: A Focus on the San Geronimo Valley Headwaters. Restoration at the Crossroads: Challenges & Solutions in the Restoration Field – Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference. March 2009. Presenter.
Steiner & Bouley. Priority Conservation Area Designation for the San Geronimo Valley– Association of Bay Area Governments.
Grassroots Activism and the Stand for Central California's Wild Coho Salmon – Forest and Rivers News ~ A Publication of the TREES Foundation, Winter 2007.
Riparian Habitat Joint Ventures Conference, December 5, 2007. Presenter. Forest and Rivers News, Winter 2007
Celebrating a Generation of Salmon Restoration and Recovery - 25th Annual Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference. Coastal Watershed Planning and Restoration Session Chair. March 2007. Coordinator and Presenter.
Steiner & Bouley. Bringing Back the Coho of the LagunitasWatershed: Highly Impacted Intermittent Tributaries: Are they Worth Protecting? 25th Annual Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference. Coastal Watershed Planning and Restoration Session Chair. March 2007. Co-author.
Celebrating a Coho Community -Coho Confab, August 2006. Presenter and Conference co-organizer.
Watershed Recovery through Community-Based Programs - US EPA, Region 9, Water Division, San Francisco. April 18, 2007, Earth Day. Guest Speaker
Post-War Recovery of the African Lion in Response to Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration. P. Bouley, N.H. Carter, M. Poulos, R. Branco. In press.
P Bouley, M Isadore, T Carroll. 2015. Return of North American River Otters, Lontra canadensis, to Coastal Habitats of the San Francisco Bay Area, California. Northwestern Naturalist 96(1):1-12. Link here.
P. Bouley, W. J. Kimmerer. 2006. Ecology of a highly abundant, introduced cyclopoid copepod in a temperate estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series 324:219-228.
Awards & Leadership
Director & Co-Founder ~ Gorongosa Lion Project, May 2012 - current.