The backcountry is a place of enjoyment for this outdoorsman. Adam spent five years in the Marine Corps before heading for seasonal guiding positions in Alaska, Montana, Colorado, Idaho, Arizona, Mexico, and now Wyoming. “Being where the mountains are big keeps the complaints small!”
Ezra spent five years in the U.S. Navy and found his way to Jackson with his wife and two kids in 2006. He has guided in the Bitteroot Range of Montana, The Sangre De Cristo’s in central Colorado, and can often be found at the nearest fishing hole in the summer and the skiing the backcountry or playing pickup hockey in the winter!
Amber is a nine year veteran of the U.S. Navy. She guided the 2006 and 2007 seasons and now is the office manager our guests most likely will be speaking with. Amber enjoys spending time with her two boys Jake and Luke. She is an avid artisan who enjoys painting and pottery.
Raised in Jackson, Trevor is an avid outdoorsman and naturalist. His family has been involved in the conservation of Jackson Hole for decades. Trevor holds a degree in biology and has conducted research internationally. In his spare time he enjoys activities such as climbing, hiking, skiing and traveling. Trevor’s goal in life is to contribute to the conservation of the natural world through science education.
As a geologist and an outdoorsman, you could not ask for a better classroom than Yellowstone National Park, the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, and the Bridger Mountains. After exploring and studying every square inch of the northern section of the immense Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, I decided to move south to Jackson Hole. I have been here now for six years exploring, studying, and appreciating the majestic natural beauty of this truly special area. I enjoy working as a guide for Brushbuck because I am able to share my passion and extensive knowledge for wildlife, the mountains, and the ever changing volatile landscape of Yellowstone. Knowing that everyday is going to be different adds to the challenge, thrill, and satisfaction of being a guide.
Jaclyn is a 6th generation Jackson Hole local; her family homesteaded the valley in the 1880’s. She is currently still in college studying environmental engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ. Jaclyn likes the outdoors and enjoys her free time either hiking, horseback riding, and camping. Jaclyn also loves wildlife and has worked with Yellowstone’s Bear Management and the Wolf Project, and NJFWS Bear Management with population research. She loves to tell the people she takes out on tours about her family’s homesteading experience and her experiences with wildlife management, and to get them fall in love with the incredible wildlife and place that she calls home!
Kelsey grew up in Southern California just North of San Diego in San Marcos. Since childhood she has enjoyed the outdoors. When going to college at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo she expanded her outdoors activities to include rock climbing, backpacking, canyoneering, mountaineering, mountain biking, road biking, and dirt biking. At Cal Poly Kelsey majored in Anthropology and Geography and minored in Biology. Kelsey moved to the Jackson Hole area in March 2014 with her one eyed dog, Lily, and boyfriend, Taylor (also a BrushBuck guide). Taylor grew up in Northern California about an hour South of San Francisco in Los Altos Hills. He spent everyday of his childhood in the woods with his bb gun exploring the foothills of the Bay Area observing and photographing wildlife. Taylor also attended Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where he studied Recreation, Parks, and Tourism concentrating in Outdoor Recreation and Adventure Tourism and minoring in Biology. In college Taylor expanded his o utdoor interest to include four wheeling, dirt biking, fishing, backpacking, bouldering, canyoneering, mountaineering, and wildlife photography. Taylor and Kelsey live on the West side of the Tetons in Idaho and spend their time outdoor exploring the amazing Teton area. We are BrushBuck!