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Making a “Cool” Profession Learning Polar Bears

Director of Conservation Outreach and Workers Scientist

Alysa lives in Whitehorse, Yukon. She has a Bachelor’s of Science (Hon.) in Animal Biology from Thompson Rivers College and a Masters of Science in Ecology from the College of Alberta the place her thesis centered on the polar bears of western Hudson Bay. She gained hands-on expertise with polar bears from a number of fall and spring subject seasons in Tuktoyaktuk and Churchill and has been closely concerned in monitoring Hudson Bay polar bears, in addition to coexistence efforts. She additionally spearheads Polar Bears Worldwide’s Tundra Connections webcast program. Previous to becoming a member of Polar Bears Worldwide’s workers, Alysa volunteered for a number of years in a number of capacities, together with being a panelist on the Tundra Connections program and helping with the Polar Bear Tracker. She is captivated with science schooling and polar bear conservation and is devoted to making sure that future generations inherit a wholesome planet. 



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