Clayton Lamb


When not collecting grizzly bear hair, I spend my time in the backcountry watching animals, fishing and hiking. My passion is for extended backpack and horseback trips into wild country. My fervent passion for wildlife and natural places originated with my love for outdoor recreation and has evolved into dedicating my career to the conservation and preservation of wildlife and their habitat. I believe that the sustainable use and conservation of wildlife go hand in hand. I deeply respect many of the forefathers of the conservation movement including Aldo Leupold, Theodore Roosevelt and Shane Mahoney.

“Wildlife and wild places no longer exist by accident or without the intervention of those that truly and deeply care”

-Shane Mahoney.


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