Sarah’s innate curiousity about the natural world and passion for the outdoors inevitably lead her to the oceans, despite having been raised among the lakes and canoes of small town Ontario. Since her early start studying endangered seabirds on BC’s coasts, Sarah’s broad interests in biology have taken her all over the planet. She has adventured with gulls, sea ducks and bears in the Arctic, rediscovered “extinct” tree frogs in the Australian rainforest, wrangled albatrosses, penguins and seals in the sub-Antarctic, and enjoyed the great privilege of working on the remote atolls of the Northwest Hawaiian Islands. Her specialty is seabirds and conservation, and she is currently working toward her PhD studying the complex spatial ecology of the North Pacific’s albatrosses. No matter where you find her, you can be assured she'll sniff out something to get excited about. More than anything, Sarah loves to share her excitement with others and she looks forward to exploring new places with new friends on each trip.