Paul Brown
Paul, an avid birdwatcher since childhood, received his bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from Ramapo College of New Jersey. During his education Paul assisted with hawk migration census studies with New Jersey Audubon and coordinated the count on the Montclair Hawk Lookout. Paul has also participated in Northern Goshawk nests surveys and done fisheries work on the Ashley National Forest in Utah. Since Paul relocated to the Greater Yellowstone region, he has been leading environmental education programs through the Teton Science School for groups of all ages. One of Paul’s passions is the wolves of Yellowstone's Lamar Valley, and he has spent years working toward assuring their protection. Paul is one of many accomplished nature photographers in the Yellowstone region, but what sets him apart is his exceptional commitment to helping his guests capture outstanding images of Yellowstone's iconic scenery and abundant wildlife—bison, bears, moose and elk, raptors, and even wolves, for the luckiest travelers. Paul works very hard to put guests in the best places for viewing wildlife and for getting the best light. He is also always willing to help people shoot photos through the lens of our long-distance viewing scopes, an essential tool when it comes to getting images of wolves.