Adam Brewerton is the Wildlife Conservation Biologist for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources' Northern Region. He is responsible for the management and monitoring of the birds and mammals with special conservation concerns. Adam has been working with the Division for 10 years conducting bird surveys, small mammal trapping and bat surveys, currently serving as chair of the Utah Bat Conservation Cooperative. He grew up in northern Utah and has been interested and studying the wildlife of Utah for his whole life. He got his degree in Avian Ecology from Utah State University studying the bird community of the sagebrush desert in west-central Utah. He loves the outdoors, hiking, biking, rafting, and can't imagine a better job.