Ken Keffer was born and raised in Wyoming. A vagabond naturalist, he's done a little bit of everything, from monitoring small mammal population in Grand Teton National Park to researching flying squirrels in southeast Alaska, and monitoring Bactrian Camels in Mongolia's Great Gobi Strictly Protected Area. He's also worked as an environmental educator in Wyoming, northern New Mexico, coastal Maryland, and along the shores of Lake Erie in Ohio and along the shores of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin. Ken enjoys birding, floating on lazy rivers, fly fishing in the mountains out west, and walking his dog Willow The Wonder Mutt. One of Ken's favorite childhood memories is building Fort Fishy along the creek at his grandparent's place. More information about Ken can be found at www.kenkeffer.net.