Passionate about his home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Brad has been sharing the wild wonders of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem with guests for a decade. But his expertise in natural resource and wildlife conservation go well beyond his extensive experience as a guide. Brad has worked for the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources, the U.S. Forest Service and the Wyoming Fish and Game Department. Of particular interest is his work with the latter on an elk study involving daily radio-tracking to determine elk response to oil and gas development in Southwest Wyoming, a booming part of the state’s economy. Brad received his Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry in 1972. He continued his education with a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Science Education at the University of Wyoming in 1986.