Program: Wildlife Adventures of a Biologist on the Job and on the Trail, by Scott McCorquodale (DFW)
Scott McCorquodale received a Bachelors degree from the University of Montana, Masters from the University of Washington, and Ph.D from the University of Montana, all in Wildlife Biology. He has been a wildlife biologist for more than 30 years, most of it as a researcher, but is currently a supervisory regional wildlife manager. He has worked for the Washington State Fish and Wildlife for 18 years and worked for the Wildlife Program of the Yakima Nation for about 13 years prior to that. Scott has also been involved in research on elk, mule deer, black bears, grizzly bears, and moose. When not working he hikes extensively with his wife watching and photographing wildlife. Scott and his wife have been Cascadian's for about 3 years.