Monday, October 5, 2009

"Wild life" for Keith Miller

Keith Miller, wildlife student

Armada graduate student Keith Miller, 22, worked last summer as a research technician in Yellowstone National Park tracking grizzly bears. In summer 2008, he spent time working in Alaska, hiking 55 miles from nearest human contact where he found the pair of caribou antlers he is holding. “It’s nice to be in the outdoors, which I love, with a purpose for conserving that love,” Miller said. (Printed in Central Michigan Life on Sept. 28, 2009)

Click here to view the story by CM LIFE Staff Reporter Connor Sheridan.

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