Introducing Canada's 31st New Noah Stephanie Winton Meet Stephanie I have always thought that I somehow stumbled upon the path of conservation biology, but when I look back now it is obvious that I was destined to be in this field. There were lots of hints along the...
Eric Jolin is 2019 Canada’s New Noah with a degree in Wildlife Biology and Conservation from the University of Guelph and is completely enthralled by the eastern massasauga rattlesnake.
Amélie Roberto-Charron is 2018 Canada’s New Noah from Edmonton, Alberta. She has a keen interest in ornithology with a BSc from University of Alberta and an MSc from the University of Manitoba.
Rachael Derbyshire was 2017 Canada’s New Noah. Native of Ontario, Rachael has experience working with a variety of wildlife, including driving a car load of butterflies half-way across Canada.
Laura King was 2016 Canada’s New Noah. Her adventures in Mauritus included field work on Round Island contributing to a decades-long restoration project.
Patrick, 26th Canada’s New Noah, grew up in St. Catharines, ON and from a young age took great interest in all things that creep, crawl, slither, and slime.
Martin, 25th Canada’s New Noah, credits his parents’ decision to reject television ownership with his love of the outdoors and nature.
Myles, Canada’s New Noah in 2013, grew up in Langley, British Columbia and began caring for animals with a flock of Muscovy ducks at the age of 5.