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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 for groups of all ages with the Teton Science School. One of Paul’s passions is the wolves of Yellowstone; he has spent years working toward assuring their protection. Paul is an accomplished photographer and enjoys helping guests capture amazing images of Yellowstone's wolves, bison, bears and other wildlife, not to mention the arresting scenery of the region.

Praise from Natural Habitat travelers:

P. Harrison

"Paul quickly learned our first names and could not have been nicer or more helpful . He really knows his topic. Loved his bird calls on his cell phone. Very nice guy and super organized. I felt he truly cared about each of us. A credit to NHA."

P. Bharvaney
"I have never had a better guide. Paul was mature, attentive and knowledgeable. He was on top of everything and leaded the group effortlessly. I will definitely travel with him again."

F. Nauman
"There are not enough superlatives to describe Paul. He is intuitive about where to find the animals, and completely knowledgable about them. We're hoping to take the Yellowstone Wolf expedition with him at some later time. And he took excellent care of all of us in his group."

S. Ulino
"Paul Brown made this trip as wonderful as it was. He is an exceptional guide. I can't say enough about what a great time we had as a group and he is primarily responsible for that. He is knowledgeable, patient, smart, interesting to listen to, and has a great sense for finding wildlife."

D. Sarosdy
"I CANNOT sing Paul Brown’s praises high enough. That guy is a true representative of what an expedition leader should aspire to…sense of humor, incredible depth to his knowledge, patience to the nth degree, and the epitome of responsibility. Without a doubt, the consensus of our group was that Paul MADE this trip! I mean all of this with the utmost sincerity."

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