Chasing Sloths Hundreds Of Feet Above The Ground
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Growing up, you might consider being a doctor, a lawyer, an accountant – or consider a job that means waking up to go to work every day in the great outdoors, hundreds of feet above the rest of the world. Bryson Voirin knew he wanted to be doing something different with his life than the usual career track, so he combined his love of science and the outdoors to be a canopy scientist – and climbs trees professionally.
“I think for me, being outside; there’s always been some connection. I don’t want to be on my phone, I don’t like being in front of a computer screen, I like being outside in the trees,” said Voirin. “I just feel really at ease and very happy out there.”
So how does someone end up becoming a professional tree climber? Usually it’s through several courses of instruction. But Voirin’s story is a little different.
Learn more about Bryson Voirin: http://www.brysonvoirin.com/
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