Hometown: Montclair, NJ
Favorite animal in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Gray Wolf
Paul grew up with a fascination for birds in his backyard and beyond. After graduating from Ramapo College with a degree in environmental studies, Paul worked for the U.S. Forest Service and New Jersey Audubon. He relocated to Jackson Hole in the spring of 2001. Paul has committed himself to the conservation of our lands through education. In addition to his 19 years of environmental education programming with Teton Science Schools, he has worked on several research projects in the area, including studying the wolf population of Yellowstone National Park with the Yellowstone Wolf Project. He has also guided polar bear expeditions in Churchill, Manitoba. In his free time Paul loves exploring wild places in the GYE, and around the world.