Bryan Pfeiffer is an author, photographer and consulting naturalist who has been watching birds most of his life. His personal guiding service is Vermont Bird Tours.
Bryan's articles and essays on nature have appeared inThe New York Times, Vermont Life, Field and Stream,and Northern Woodlands, among other publications. Bryan is co-author of Birdwatching in Vermont, a guide to finding and enjoying birds in the state.
When he's not chasing birds, Bryan devotes his time to the study and conservation of butterflies, dragonflies and other insects. He lives in Central Vermont, where he wanders the landscape enjoying everything from ferns to frogs to fireflies.
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