Stephanie Winton

Stephanie Winton

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...

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Eric Jolin

Eric Jolin

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.

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Amélie Roberto-Charron

Amélie Roberto-Charron

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.

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Canada’s New Noahs – Apply Now

A Professional Training and Field Experience Program in the Conservation and Management of Endangered Species WILDLIFE PRESERVATION CANADA is searching for a “New Noah”, an enthusiastic young Canadian scientist willing to participate in a rigorous six-month...

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Rachael Derbyshire

Rachael Derbyshire

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.

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Laura King

Laura King

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.

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Patrick Moldowan

Patrick Moldowan

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.

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Martin Kastner

Martin Kastner

Martin, 25th Canada’s New Noah, credits his parents’ decision to reject television ownership with his love of the outdoors and nature.

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Myles Lamont

Myles Lamont

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.

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