Mike Stewart managed public land resources in Wyoming and throughout much of the west for 30 plus years. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Rangeland Management from the University of California at Chico and retired in Cody from the Bureau of Land Management in 2015. Mike has a broad range of experience working with wildlife habitats, wild horses, livestock grazing, recreation opportunities and mineral development to name a few. These experiences have developed a deep love and unique understanding of Wyoming and it’s treasure trove of natural resources. Mike is a passionate advocate for public lands and enjoys sharing his broad background, experiences and knowledge with others.
Specialties: Natural Resource Science and Management, Wildlife and Outdoor sports
This is a great way to see Yellowstone because it’s HUGE. We really appreciated Mike’s knowledge not only of the park itself, but also where to park and allowing us to see so much more than we expected to. Had a fantastic time with Mike.
I took the Wild Horse Tour with Mike and had a fabulous time. He generously shared his knowledge of the bigger management picture as well as finding quite a few bands to watch. Thanks so much, Mike!
Mike was a fabulous guide for us to Yellowstone. He’s excellent as spotting wildlife and gave us one of the most delightful days of our trip.