Our Wild World

A blog about the crazy, fascinating and downright unbelievable world of animals


I am an animal-crazy girl who grew up in Vancouver, B.C. When I was eighteen I left B.C. to go to school in Guelph, Ontario, where I currently reside. I have a degree in Animal Science and a Master’s in Animal Behaviour and Welfare, and cannot stop learning about new animals!

I’d also like to just note that very rarely are the pictures featured in the articles mine; I wish I could have taken them all but there’s no way I’m a) that good at photography and b) adventurous enough to go out and see those animals myself. I’ve tried to take public domain photos, but if I have accidentally taken any pictures of someone’s that they do not want on the site, please let me know and I will take them off right away.

If you like the blog, please visit my Patreon page to donate to support my continued work on this site. The focus of my patron site is for my artwork, but any contribution will support this blog as well, and I do post blog previews on the site. I would also love to upgrade my WordPress plan so I can include videos and keep the site ad-free, so your patronage will help me work towards that goal. Thanks!

Cheers, and enjoy the blog!



5 thoughts on “About

  1. I’d like to contact you concerning a photo credit for one of your posts, but I can’t find a contact link anywhere on this site. Should I just comment on the post in question? Or is there some way I can email you?

  2. Hello – I just stumbled across your blog and it’s wonderful!! I just started learning about animals as I fell a bit in love with wild life photography when travelling the world last year. I try to find things out about them and put on my twitter and this will be a great source of knowledge. You are welcome to use any pictures I have – which is many. I’m far from professional, but some pictures are quite good – mostly because of the models themselves. So… if you are doing any animal from Central or South America then feel free to get in touch. Sally Lightfooted crabs were everywhere in the galapagos 🙂

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