Eric Jolin

Eric Jolin

Introducing Canada’s 30th New Noah Eric Jolin Meet Eric Like most biologists, my fascination with the biotic world began at a very young age. With summers spent at my grandparents’ campground near Dunnville, along the banks of the Grand River, I was given free...
Amélie Roberto-Charron

Amélie Roberto-Charron

Introducing Canada’s 29th New Noah Amélie Roberto-Charron Meet Amélie Neither of my parents are particularly outdoorsy. I’m sure they were concerned when their daughter would come home with all sorts of critters, such as water beetles, wolf spiders, wasps, and...
Rachael Derbyshire

Rachael Derbyshire

I grew up on the outskirts of Brantford, ON., in a home directly across from the Grand River. With my parents being self-described “nature nuts”, I spent a lot of time with my family exploring the trails around the river, bird-watching, and taking the opportunities...
Laura King

Laura King

As a child I was often playing in the field near my house in Ottawa, working in my little backyard garden, or delighting in my pet goldfish. But I was also reading all the books and magazines I could get my hands on – and with plenty of exposure to fascinating tales...
Patrick Moldowan

Patrick Moldowan

From a young age I took great interest in all things that creep, crawl, slither, and slime (much to my mother’s dismay). I developed a fascination with dinosaurs and later defaulted to what I viewed at the time as the next closest living creatures: reptiles and...
Martin Kastner

Martin Kastner

Martin Kastner, of Montreal, was selected to take part in Wildlife Preservation Canada’s Canada’s New Noah Program 2013-2014. He introduces himself here. ——— Thanks to my parents’ inspired if unconventional decision to reject television...