Gregory Tomb is a wildlife biologist, and has spent the last ten years conducting year-round field research throughout the western U.S. as a research technician for the U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Northwest Research Laboratory. He has researched bald eagles for the Idaho portion of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, bighorn sheep in the Teton Mountains of Wyoming, and is currently chasing radio-collared fishers through the forests west of Crater Lake National Park in southern Oregon.
- Undulating Through Raindrops (Vol. 7 Pg. 47)