Sherry brings a deep love of nature along with her more than 30 years of experience as a geographer and naturalist. She has worked in the national, provincial and regional park systems in British Columbia. She has also worked as Curator of Natural History at the Vancouver Museum and in Public Programs at the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria. In addition, she ran her own business specializing in Heritage Interpretation and taught that subject area at several colleges as well as courses on Environmental Stewardship. She has travelled extensively worldwide and has previously led many Quest tours, including to Honduras, Yukon & Alaska, Belize, Iceland and Cuba.
Sherry is currently Editor of Canada's Raincoast at Risk: Art for an Oil-Free CoastMemorable Moment
Spotting the heads of 13 Humpback Whales feeding cooperatively by creating a net of bubbles