Adam Brubaker is a naturalist and photographer, being involved with both for over ten years. Adam has a degree in Recreation Management from BYU-Idaho with emphases in Communications and Natural Resources. He is also a Certified Interpretive Guide through the National Association of Interpretation and a Certified Naturalist Guide for Yellowstone, through the Yellowstone Association. Adam loves living and working in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. He has stories from his childhood of searching for grizzly bears and wolves on his many excursions to Yellowstone with his brothers. In 2011 he helped organize and start a local chapter of the National Audubon Society of which he was the president. During this time he has fallen in love with birds and many have noticed how distracted he can become by them. Adam works as a naturalist guide in Yellowstone and has a great respect and love for the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Adam resides in Driggs, Idaho with his wife and four sons.