Scot's interest in adventure tourism began as a student in the Eco Adventure Tourism course at Camosun College in 1997-98. After graduating he realized that he…
Scott Mair is a curious guy. He likes rocks and bugs and flowers and trees and birds and… you get the idea. He is the 2003 winner of Canada’s prestigious Michael Smith Award for science promotion, Interpretation Canada’s Award of Merit and Award of Excellence and is the first Canadian to win the National (US) Association for Interpretation’s Master Interpreter Award. Scott learned to love dinosaurs while curator of education at Alberta’s Tyrrell Museum, the mountains as a chief park interpreter with Alberta Parks, stars as the founding director of Victoria’s Centre of the Universe and traffic while at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles. Most recently he is a Visitor Experience Officer with Parks Canada.