Ingrid Taylar Lives In San Francisco, California City editor, writer, and photographer for About.com until 2009.Independent book researcher credited in 16 best-selling books and in four book series.Photography featured in publications such as "Colorado Review," "U.S. Fish and Wildlife News," "Function Ecology Magazine," and more.Completed 24-hour Hazwoper certification for oil spill response, received training in wildlife rescue field response, and volunteered for the Emergency Animal Rescue Service. Experience Ingrid Taylar worked at About.com until 2009 as a city editor, writer, and photographer, covering civic and cultural issues and events in San Francisco. She has also been a book researcher—credited in 16 best-selling books and in four book series. Her photography appears in publications, such as "Colorado Review," "U.S. Fish and Wildlife News," and "Functional Ecology Magazine."She is based in San Francisco, California, where she regularly donates her time and work to benefit environmental and animal advocacy organizations. She has worked as a wildlife rehabilitation volunteer and completed 24-hour Hazwoper certification for oil spill response, received training in wildlife rescue field response, and volunteered for Emergency Animal Rescue Service. She also co-administered the Wildlife Conservation Pass Project—a grassroots project to implement a new revenue pass for the National Wildlife Refuge system.Awards and PublicationsColorado ReviewU.S. Fish and Wildlife NewsFunctional Ecology Magazine About TripSavvy and Dotdash TripSavvy, a Dotdash brand, is a travel site written by real experts, not anonymous reviewers. You’ll find that our 20-year-strong library of more than 30,000 articles will make you a savvy traveler—showing you how to book a hotel the whole family will love, where to find the best bagel in New York City, and how to skip the lines at theme parks. We give you the confidence to spend your vacation actually vacationing, not fumbling with a guidebook or second-guessing yourself. Learn more about us and our editorial guidelines.