Here's what 2018 travellers said about Jessica Linton on the Monarchs of Mexico tour:
"She is the best. Personable, caring, informative and organized." - Cheryl L.
"Jessica Linton is a wonderful educator who shared her wealth of information about the monarchs life cycle, migration, threats, as well as other species. I'm sure my travel mates would agree with me that Jessica is the best." - Marilyn
ARTICLE: A Women in Entomology Q&A featuring Jessica Linton, a terrestrial and wetland biologist with Natural Resource Solutions Inc. Read it here.
Developing recovery strategies for Canadian butterfly species for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Canadian Wildlife Service; member of the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada's (COSEWIC) Arthropod Subcommittee; leading a multi-year study on the endangered Jefferson Salamander; delivering presentations and lectures on butterfly ecology; current Editor of Ontario Insect (newsletter of the Toronto Entomologists Association) and the Ontario Lepidoptera Summary.Memorable Moment
Approaching the the Monarch wintering grounds at Sierra Chincua and having more and more butterflies dancing around me- then suddenly being surrounded by millions of them. So many the sound of their wings was not just audible, but loud. The sun shone down on my face as I looked up at them and I felt an extreme sense of contentment that I had achieved my life-long goal of observing such an incredible biological phenomena.