Photo Contest – In The Snow

January 13, 2021 0

Updated March 3 with the winner! I love seeing the nature photos you share with me, and thought it might be fun to run a photo contest! If this goes well it may be something […]


Online Tutoring With Dr. Bondar

September 16, 2020 0

Welcome to Biology Class with Dr. B! This fall I am offering online tutoring in biology and environmental sciences. These tutoring sessions are perfect for students with a passion for science, or those who may […]

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How COVID-19 Is Affecting The Animal Kingdom

April 29, 2020 0

COVID-19 has been on everyone’s minds for quite a few weeks now. There are so many things going on in the animal kingdom right now as a result of coronavirus. It appears as though COVID-19 […]


Climate Change: The Song

April 22, 2020 0

Celebrating Earth Day 2020 with a catchy song about climate change that is sure to have you singing all day long. This climate change video was a true labour of love. I wanted to combine […]


Reconnect With Nature on These Expeditions

January 15, 2020 0

Gain a deeper understanding of the natural world through these educative programs and expeditions. Scientific Expeditions for Citizens You don’t need to be a biologist to go on these adventures! Taxon Expeditions organizes expeditions to […]


Happy Holidays: 5 Facts About Christmas Tree Worms

December 25, 2019 0

Christmas tree worms are so named because these marine worms have colourful spiral plumes that resemble a Christmas tree! They come in a variety of colours, like red, orange, pink, blue, white, yellow, and brown. […]


White Sturgeon in the Fraser River

December 4, 2019 2

The largest species of freshwater fish in North America also has the longest lifespan. The White Sturgeon can reach lengths of over 6 meters and live for over 150 years. Sturgeon fossils have been discovered […]