HelenRoy is a instructor of the Ojibwe language at Michigan State University and she sings songs in her language. If you're interested in hearing some of those songs or to hear... - 02.03.2008, YouTube
28.11.2011 [Oxford Mail] - HelenRoy from the town's Centre for Ecology and Hydrology said the spotty creatures would normally be snoozing at this time of the year. But the unusually mild climate has jolted them out of sleep and back into peoples' homes and gardens.
23.11.2011 [The Sun] - Ladybird expert Dr HelenRoy, of the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, said: "It is opportunistic and very adaptable." Most ladybirds become inactive in the autumn — often crawling into sheltered places like the cracks on