Greg Sharam is a wildlife biologist, spending his summers in the
Canadian Arctic, working on large mammals: grizzly bears, muskox and
caribou. He completed graduate work at UBC with a PhD (Zoology) in
Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, and an MSc (Botany) in the Yukon
Territory. His interests in wildlife biology and conservation and his
role as technical director at Environmental Resource Management have
taken him around the world. He is an avid photographer.
Greg is an avid sailor, racing in the bay and exploring the BC coast. He spends his off hours in the workshop on mixed-media sculpture and mountain biking in Squamish.
Fulfilling a childhood pipe dream of wearing his tuxedo in a Gentoo penguin colony near Port Lockroy, Antarctica, during an expedition to the Antarctic peninsula in 2011.