Author: Jennifer Kingsley

Angus is a farmer, but here’s the catch: he grazes his cows on an island that can only be reached at low tide. Ailsa and I met him on his drive back across a mile of sand flats. He’d been checking on the cows and found a calf had been born during the night. He’s…

Ottawa, Canada

Ottawa, Canada

Leaving the land of canoes and headed for the land of kayaks, but I have a few stops to make first. People from my home town might recognize this birch bark beauty. Built by Algonquin elder Patrick Miranda, this is the twin of Pierre Trudeau’s boat. But it lives in the airport now. I’m on…

Follow The Fish

Follow The Fish

Jennifer Kingsley writes on science at the Canadian Museum of Nature I’m a Field Correspondent with Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic on an Arctic mission, but before I head north I’m looking around home for connections to the higher latitudes. Enter Roger Bull. By the time I saw Lycodes paamiuti, an obscure fish dragged from the Arctic…