Mary Greenblatt came to the Tetons more than twenty years ago from Florida. Her love of wildlife, the great outdoors, and adventure, is what brought her here and kept her here. Mary has worked for Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger Teton National Forest and for non profit organizations. Her contributions to scientific studies include tracking and data collection for black bear, moose, fox, coyote, lynx, pronghorn, pine marten, and cougar. Mary has monitored amphibians annually in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks for over 17 years for the Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative.
Mary’s extensive knowledge of field work and knowledge of devices and positioning make her a perfect fit for The Cougar Fund’s Wild Lives Campaign where the team deploys cameras to remote areas to bring insight into how animals co-thrive in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Mary is also a skilled communicator and leads programs in schools and for the thousands of visitors that are drawn to the mountains in the summer.
When not in the field Mary stays very busy. She in Buffalo Valley with her family with her husband, two school age children, two cats, and a very active dog. Any additional spare time Mary enjoys camping, hiking, backpacking, skiing, and also…volunteering! Busy people stay busy.