Kohl Barrault

Indigenous Collaboration Coordinator

Kohl Barrault is a proud member of the Crees of Waskaganish First Nation situated on the southern shores of James Bay in Eeyou Istchee. A recent graduate of the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Arts he has always understood the importance that nature plays in every aspect of our lives. Kohl is the Indigenous Collaboration Coordinator for Audubon’s Boreal Conservation team and is based out of Manitoba, Canada. He is responsible for creating and fostering connections with First Nations throughout the country. Kohl enjoys spending time on the land respectfully, learning about plant and animal life and how to conserve it, as well as learning what he as a consumer can do to decrease his personal impact on the earth.

Articles by Kohl Barrault

James Bay on the day we started the bird survey.
My Great Birding Adventure
November 23, 2022 — Bird surveying in Northern Quebec