Tim Corcoran went into the woods at age six, and knew it was his home. At seventeen he spent four months alone in the Canadian Wilderness, and began teaching wildlife conservation in 1974. He’s worked at the Alberta Game Farm In Alberta, Canada, at the Crandon Park Zoo in Florida, at Marine World Africa U.S. A.; he co-founded Native Animal Rescue in Santa Cruz, California, and in the 1980’s founded a wilderness school also in Santa Cruz, called Pathfinders where he led survival and vision quest trips. In 1992 he created Headwaters Outdoor School in Mount Shasta, California, to realize his lifelong vision of sharing what he’s learned from nature and to inspire people to discover their own connection with the Earth. Tim teaches outdoor living skills to young people and adults. He is also an accomplished photographer and in 2006 opened his own gallery in Mount Shasta. Tim is the author of Growing Up with a Soul Full of Nature. He can be reached at www.hwos.com.