BRUCE THOMPSON, MST, lives in Dubois, Wyoming, having worked as a natural science education specialist throughout the Intermountain West for more than thirty years. His work has included field and indoor programs for youth and adult, educator workshops, program design, curriculum development and education research.
Bruce’s national and regional clients have included the California Institute for Biodiversity, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, National Association for Interpretation, Project WILD, Smithsonian Institution and The Nature Conservancy, as well as scores of state and regional schools, universities, federal agencies, museums, outfitters and guides, and conservation organizations.
Past faculty member and Director of Education for Teton Science School in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Bruce has also written science curriculum with Biological Sciences Curriculum Study (BSCS), and is author of the Roberts Rinehart publication, Looking at the Wolf. He has served in various capacities on the boards of directors for numerous conservation groups and has been the recipient of various education awards.
Bruce also has decades of experience in educational photography and photographic instruction. An avid scatologist and animal tracker, Bruce is the designer of Mammals of North America guides and apparel marketed through his company, Pangraphics.
Bruce’s trademark is to generate programs that center on enthusiasm, humor, respect, relevance, stewardship and inspiration for continued learning.