Join us for a day in the woods with artist, writer, & naturalist, George Bumann to explore our relationship with the animals of Avalon through hiking, creative thinking and discussion.
Who is George Bumann?
George Bumann (rhymes with ‘human’) is a professional sculptor living with his wife, young son and their black lab, Hobbes, near Yellowstone Park’s northern entrance in Gardiner, Montana. George has been a life-long observer of nature and was raised in his mother’s New York sculpture studio. He holds both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in wildlife ecology and has worked in the fields of wildlife research, taxidermy, back-country guiding, environmental consulting and has taught art and natural history programs for youth, adult, and university audiences since 1990.
This guided adventure, beginning at the Avalon Barn, is open to all Nature Initiative volunteers.
You must be able to attend the full program and bring a lunch. This is an outdoor adventure so be prepared to hike!