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Wildlife biologist Sue Perin first worked in Yellowstone on rehabilitation crews repairing damage in the aftermath of the enormous fires of 1988. Since then, she has lived in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for more than a dozen years, six of them on the graduate faculty of the Teton Science School in Jackson, Wyoming. She has taught both kids and adults in outdoor settings for more than 25 years. When not at home in Montana, Sue spends much of her time at sea as a naturalist and exedition leader on National Geographic trips to Alaska, Arctic Norway, the Upper Amazon, Antarctica, Baja California, and the Pacific Northwest.