Adam Brubaker is a naturalist and photographer, having been involved with both for over ten years. Adam has a degree in Recreation Management from BYU-Idaho with emphases in Communications and Natural Resources. During this time he completed 40 classroom and volunteer hours to become an Idaho Master Naturalist. In 2011 he helped organize and start a local chapter of the National Audubon Society of which he was the president. Recently, Adam has led programs for ISU extension offices and BYU-Idaho focusing on birds and their habitat. He is currently working with Scenic Safaris out of Jackson, WY leading tours into Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Adam considers himself a minimalist when it comes to his photography. His photographs have little or no editing. Adam has been the highlighted photographer in Gettin’ Out, a quarterly outdoors magazine in East Idaho, and has won multiple photography contests. Adam Brubaker lives outside of Driggs, Idaho with his wife and 4 sons.