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Colin Boeh

Colin grew up exploring the woodlands of western Pennsylvania. Turning over rocks to see what critters are living underneath has remained one of his favorite activities since. These curiosities led him to pursue a degree in Environmental Science at Slippery Rock University, which conveniently had lots of slippery rocks to look under. After college, he spent the next eight years working with nesting shorebirds for the National Park Service and U.S. Geological Survey. These jobs took him from the beaches of Cape Hatteras, NC to Cape Cod, MA, to the Gulf Coast in Louisiana and Mississippi, and finally to the upper Missouri River in North and South Dakota. Winters were spent in the Tetons snowboarding and leading naturalist-guided snowshoe tours at the local ski hill. After nearly a decade spent moving every six months, Colin and his wife Mary Chris decided to make the Teton country their year-round home.

After renovating their new home at the foot of the Grand Tetons, Colin began working as a naturalist guide in Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks. His expertise runs deep in much more than just the charismatic megafauna of the Yellowstone region, however. He is also the Director of the Teton Area Birding Society and coordinates the Christmas Bird Count for Teton Valley. He has a passion for insects and useful plants and enjoys showing his clients the smaller dimensions of nature that are often overlooked. His enthusiasm for all the inhabitants of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is infectious.

Outside of guiding, Colin can be found snowboarding in winter, whitewater kayaking in summer and taking long raft trips down the remote river canyons of the American West. He also enjoys growing food, climbing mountains, and BBQs with his wife, son and their many pets.
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