Range and Wildlife Conservationist II
Noah is Georgia born, and Colorado Raised. From a young age he quickly decided he wanted to work with animals (at that time though he was thinking more prehistoric species). After learning about wildlife and hunting he decided that the route to take was one for habitat. He’s received an A.A. in Environmental Studies from Colorado Mountain College, and a B.S. in Wildlife Biology from the University of Montana. Previously he has worked for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks, the National Park Service, and another NGO conservation organization. Through these jobs he has worked on species as small as lesser prairie chickens and sage grouse to moose. He firmly believes that habitat is the key to furthering conservation and that the only way to get there is in partnerships. He looks forward to working with private landowners, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks, the Natural Resource Conservation Service, Farm Service Agency, and countless other government and NGO organizations. In his free time, you’ll find him hunting, fly-fishing, swing dancing, taking photos or shooting his bow.