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Chelsea Aristone

Key Biodiversity Area Technician

I was initially inspired to get involved in conservation science after working on research relating to invasive species and human impacts on aquatic ecosystems during my undergraduate degree. While pursuing an academic career in environmental science, my appreciation for and connection with nature has continued to grow and has allowed me to connect with others who share this same passion. I am constantly inspired by friends and colleagues in this field of work and am so grateful to be a part of the Birds Canada team. I am excited to be involved with the Key Biodiversity Areas Program and contribute to the work of identifying these areas that are so important for national and global biodiversity.

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