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Mary is a retired educator with an interest in nature. Volunteering with Lambton Wildlife has been a terrific way to meet people interested in our natural heritage and an opportunity to gain knowledge in a wide range of nature-related topics.
Tanya was fortunate to grow up in Lambton and appreciates all of the county's incredible green spaces. She has a Masters degree in Ecology and has been working at Pinery Provincial Park since 2010 as the Resource Management Group Leader. She loves hiking, travelling to see the best of Ontario with her husband and dog Penny, and talking to others about Lambton's amazing natural heritage.
Sharon is a retired Outdoor Educator who is easily distracted by nature. During her youth, family activities and Girl Guides helped to develop her love of the outdoors. Along with her husband Deryl, much of her free time is spent outside looking for birds, butterflies and all types of flora and fauna. She has been a member of Lambton Wildlife for many years and in her recent retirement, has taken on a more active role including Editor of Earthways and Chairing the Outdoor Events Committee.
Lifelong birder and naturalist, with a special interest in dragonflies, butterflies and herptiles, James has spend the past three decades as a consulting biologist engaged in breeding bird surveys and species-at-risk evaluations throughout North America.
A recent move to north Lambton reignited a sense of discovery and possibility and has inspired James to make an effort to protect the many vulnerable, unique habitats present in Lambton Shores. James feels my involvement with the LWI board is a way to further those efforts by working with the strong network of talented people within Lambton Wildlife.
Dale was born and raised in Sarnia and worked in local industry for a number of years before moving to Ohio, where he completed his career as a laboratory manager. While living in Ohio he gained a passion for nature photography with a focus on birding and butterflies. During his time in Ohio Dale was also a Toledo area Nature Conservancy volunteer on their numerous properties and also participated in the Toledo Naturalist Organization events. What originally started out as an interest in birding and butterflies grew to include Dragonflies, insects and all the other gifts of nature. The adventure continues in Lambton County.
Leigh Ann Pettinger