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Broughton Coburn
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Broughton Coburn

Planet Ice - Essayist
After graduating from Harvard College in 1973, Broughton Coburn fulfilled a destiny with the Himalayas—where he has worked for two of the past three decades. He has authored several books; developed documentary films; and overseen environmental conservation and development efforts for the World ...
Jamie Dutcher
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Jamie Dutcher

Living With Wolves - Author
Jamie Dutcher won an Emmy Award for sound mixing with her carefully collected sounds of the Sawtooth wolves. She is a former employee of the National Zoo in Washington, DC.Together, the Dutchers created the Discovery Channel’s most successful wildlife documentary: Wolves at Our Door. Their most ...
Jim Dutcher
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Jim Dutcher

Living With Wolves - Author
Jim Dutcher is an Emmy Award–winning cinematographer and filmmaker. His work includes the National Geographic special A Rocky Mountain Beaver Pond, and ABC World of Discovery’s two highest-rated films, Cougar: Ghost of the Rockies and Wolf: Return of a Legend. Together, Jim and his wife, ...
Dr. Sylvia Earle

Dr. Sylvia Earle

To The Arctic - Introduction
Oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle is explorer-in-residence at the National Geographic Society and leader of the Sustainable Seas Expeditions. She received the TED Prize in 2009 for her proposal to establish a global network of marine protected areas, or "hope spots," to save and restore "the blue ...
Gretel Ehrlich

Gretel Ehrlich

Planet Ice - Essayist
Gretel Ehrlich was born on a horse ranch near Santa Barbara, California, and was educated at Bennington College and UCLA film school. She worked in film for ten years and began writing full time in 1978 after the death of a loved one. She had been filming on a 250,000-acre sheep and cattle ranch in ...
Jeff Fair

Jeff Fair

Arctic Wings - Essayist
Freelance field biologist and author Jeff Fair has studied and written about loons (and other wild spirits) from Maine to Alaska for 35 years.  Formally trained as a wildlife biologist (M.S. Wildlife Ecology, UNH), he has also trapped and radio-collared grizzly bears in the Yellowstone back ...
Daniel Glick
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Daniel Glick

The Last Polar Bear - Essayist
Daniel Glick is the author of Monkey Dancing: A Father, Two Kids, and a Journey to the Ends of the Earth, a Colorado Book Award-winning account of the trip he took with his son and daughter to places of great ecological wonder that are threatened by human development. A correspondent for Newsweek ...
Karsten Heuer
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Karsten Heuer

Yellowstone to Yukon - Essayist
Recipient of the 2003 Wilburforce Foundation Conservation Leadership Award, Karsten Heuer has spent the better part of the last decade studying and, in some cases, actually following wide-ranging and threatened wildlife on foot. He has worked as a wildlife biologist and park warden in the Madikwe ...
Denver Holt

Denver Holt

Arctic Wings - Essayist
Denver Holt is the founder of Montana’s Owl Research Institute and Ninepipes Wildlife Research and Education Center. Holt conducts fieldwork on many different species of owls, including Snowy Owls on Alaska’s North Slope. His work has been featured on CNN Science News, Audubon’s Up-Close ...
Sarah James

Sarah James

Arctic Wings - Essayist
Sarah James is a Gwich’in activist who lives in Arctic Village, just south of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. She has spoken across the country against development in the refuge and spent three months in 2005 at a vigil in Washington, D.C., drumming, singing, dancing, and praying with other ...