Today's guest speaker was Erin E. Saupe, that was my first time meeting here and it was an honour. As our guest speaker for the day she taught us the controls on species to environmental change which she does by researching data and obtaining fossils. One of the examples she used was how coyotes were dispersed all over North and South America therefore it would be much harder for the species to go instinct as a result of climate/environmental change. One thing Erin and I have in common is our curiosity and love for biodiversity because its vital and essential to our economy. I'm very grateful that Erin took the time to explain such a complex topic.