S. Bradley Stoner
S. Bradley Stoner was born in April, 1949. He was raised and educated in Denver, Colorado, attending the Denver Public School System and graduating from high school in 1967. He attended and graduated from the University of Colorado (Boulder) with a degree in environmental biology in 1971. Since that time he has pursued various interests, including travel and independent study of the wilderness world and its creatures, especially in the field of predator-prey relationships. While working primarily as an environmental consultant for more than 35 years, he has actively pursued writing since 1973.
His interest in the wild world is long and abiding, having begun trips to remote wilderness areas in Colorado with his family and friends as a very young child. Trips into the deep wilderness continue for him to this day, although age has put a damper on long expeditions. Active and goal oriented, he attained the rank of Eagle Scout at the age of thirteen and subsequently earned two palms, was a member of the Denver Field Ornithologists from the age of 11 until college and work stopped his active participation, and in college was was elected to the Phi Sigma Society, the national biological honor society, in May 1970. Also in 1970 he was chairman of the Wildlife Committee for the University of Colorado's participation in the first Earth Day observation.
Stoner's other interests include photography, pen and ink art and poetry(done under the name Bridgewood), horseback riding, hunting, fishing, and travel.
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