Hello there! My name is Taylor Godin and this summer I am lucky enough to be joining the Sierra Club Canada Foundation as a summer intern working on the Watch for Wildlife initiative!I am going into my fourth year at Acadia University with a major in Biology and a minor in French. Last summer I was fortunate enough to have worked with the Nature Conservancy of Canada as an intern where I was enabled to discover my love for conservationist work and my passion to help maintain and enhance Canada's outstanding biodiversity. My hometown is a small city in New Brunswick, and my Atlantic Canadian roots have enstilled in me a love and respect for the wildlife that we are lucky enough to be surrounded by. As someone who is a frequent driver both in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, I am fully aware of all of the wildlife that tends to be around the highways. On too many occasions I have witnessed or heard of animal-vehicle collisions, and the majority of the time no one knows who to call for help or what to do. As part of this program,I am hoping to educate drivers to the best of my abilities on how they can avoid animal-vehicle collisions, what to do when these collisions happen, as well as advocating for mitigational measures to prevent these collisions on a larger scale. In the future I hope to delve further into conservation biology and to continue to advocate for Canada's wildlife.