The Explorers Club serves as a common bond and meeting point for explorers and field scientists worldwide. Every year Explorers Club members launch new research expeditions around the world, thus continuing the early goals laid down by the Club’s founders in 1904.
Photo report for Flag #176 – Dinosaurs of the Red Deer River – with Phil Currie, Eva Koppelhus, James Anthony, Cathie Hickson and Jason Schoonover from our chapter and Lynn Danaher, Alex and Julie Wallace and Norm Baker from the … Continue reading
I took a five-person team (from Vancouver, Kamloops, Victoria, Nelson and Toronto) to the Royston Breakwater site (on Vancouver Island – J) and again we stayed at Capes Escape – the beautifully restored 1920′s home of Canada’s first woman archaeologist. … Continue reading
In 2010, while snorkelling near a gentoo penguin colony in Antarctica, I came face-to-mask with a leopard seal who bluff charged — not once, but three times — with its mouth agape. Holding my ground, I counted the freckles on … Continue reading
MARCH 2011 – ROYSTON, VANCOUVER ISLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA – Historian Rick James and John Pollack (FI’06) led a nine-person team to conduct the first in-water assessment of the 14 large vessels that were used as a floating breakwater for a … Continue reading