Paper: An Introduction to the Life of Jeffrey Samuel Corwin

Jeffrey Samuel Corwin Conservationist, wildlife biologist and television host Jeffrey Samuel Corwin was born in Norwell, Massachusetts in 1967, where he attended Norwell High School. Corwin has bachelor of science degrees in biology and anthropology, from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, obtaining a master of science in wildlife and fisheries conservation and doing work on bats and snakes. Since his childhood Jeff Corwin had been a conservationist for the rainforests in Central and South America, and has participated in the United Nations Environmental Program youth committee. He as a conservationist, has helped establish the Emerald Canopy Rainforest Foundation after visiting Belize for the first time in 1984, and in 1993, Corwin addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations regarding the need to conserve tropical rain forests. Jeff Corwin also lectures on wildlife, ecology and conservation to people all throughout the United States. Jeff Corwin, served as a expedition naturalist, and caught the attention of television shows interested his work. One of those said shows is "The JASON Project", which is a program that is designed to motivate and inspire students to have an interest in careers in the science technology, and mathematics sector. The project which led by oceanographer Bob Ballard was also sponsored by National Geographic. Jeff Corwin also hosted a show on The Disney Channel called "Going Wild with Jeff Corwin". But probably his most well know work was when, in 2000, Jeff Corwin partnered with Animal Planet and Discovery Communications serving as host and executive producer of “The Jeff Corwin Experience", which in total had three seasons with 39 episodes, and “Corwin's Quest", only one season with 13 episodes. Both shows where primarily about showing animals in the wild, the show has educational value, but is produced to entertain as well. Jeff is often bitten or nearly bitten by the animals being described. Jeff also enjoys making numerous jokes and references to pop culture and movies. Corwin's next endeavor was his new show in 2007 entitled “Into Alaska with Jeff Corwin" which was shown on the Travel Channel, and worked with Anderson Cooper in an Anderson Cooper 360 special call "Planet in Peril". Jeff Corwin since then appearing on talk shows and still promoting conservationism in his attempts to help protect the globe. ...