Where Are They Now?

Back in 2005, Sarah Trefry was an award-winning undergrad at the University of Alberta. Much has changed since.

The award was the Ian Ross Memorial scholarship from the ACTWS. Soon, she completed her BSc, her MSc (vocalization in collared pikas) at U Alberta, and her PhD studying magnificent frigatebirds at UNB. Pretty big changes.

Sarah, now Sarah Hudson, has moved west to become the Marine Research Coordinator and Wildlife Biologist for Environment Canada in Delta, B.C. Her career has taken her from the Arctic to the tropics, coast to coast, furred to feathered, mountains to marine. The only thing that hasn’t changed is her award-winning work. Congrats Sarah.

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