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Putting the People into Conservation
Kathryn McKinnon Berthold ,  born January 6,  is an American actress, comedian and writer. She is known for her character work and celebrity impressions on the sketch comedy series The Big Gay Sketch Show — and Saturday Night Live —present. As a child, McKinnon played several instruments. She started playing the piano when she was five years old, the cello when she was 12, and taught herself how to play the guitar when she was McKinnon's knack for accents began when she was in fifth grade. She auditioned to be "the queen of reading week" and used an English accent. In an interview with Rolling Stone , she says, "I think the genesis of my entire life, probably, was the smiles I elicited doing this British accent. I've been chasing that dragon ever since. She graduated from North Shore High School in ,   and from Columbia University in with a degree in theatre, where she co-founded a comedy group, Tea Party, which focused on musical improv comedy. She has been set to play the title role of Grunhilda, an out-of-work witch who takes a job in a school cafeteria to make ends meet.
Here, he talks about some of his experiences, discussing when we should intervene with the natural world, and what we should be doing in the future, in terms of conservation and the media, to help stem the declines of biodiversity in the natural world. I first got into it because I had a great interested in birds, natural history, and then photography. I watched David Attenborough, of course, and I thought someone must be there, doing the filming, for him to be in the picture. But there was no way then, without the internet, to work out even who to ask what to do about getting a job doing that. So it took quite a long time. I did a degree in Geography, and I spent quite a lot of time when I was a student, learning to do filming because there was a filmmaking club at the university. At that time they made three half-hour conservation films about birds each year.