Since then, Corbin has broadened the scope of his role as a natural history educator to include the Canadian subarctic, working with Nat Hab’s Churchill polar bear and northern lights expeditions. He’s pleased to be among the hardy souls who weathered Churchill’s epic blizzard of 2017! He also guides in Florida and Yellowstone, the ecosystem that surrounds his Jackson Hole home—including a role as co-Expedition Leader on Nat Hab’s landmark 2019 zero waste Yellowstone adventure. Corbin is deeply passionate about the natural world, whether it’s seeing wolves and grizzlies in his Yellowstone backyard or “nerding out” over strange phenomena such as the thermophilic (heat-loving) bacteria that add fascinating texture and colors to Yellowstone’s hot springs. Personal travel highlights include seeing lemurs and endemic birds in Madagascar and witnessing the flying bats and intriguing volcanic geology of Vanuatu.