Trygve B. Swift
Trygve Swift is a Wildlife Biologist who has taught environmental education
for over 25 years. He has participated in a number of ecological research and wildlife management projects and is currently
the Senior Biologist for the Central Artery/ Tunnel Project in Boston, Massachusetts and enjoys conducting
wildlife enrichments programs to about 2000 students a year.
Prior to the CA/T project, he was Curator of Education for the Metro Park Zoos in Boston.Mr. Swift's consulting and advisory activities have included teacher workshops conducted
under a National Science Foundation grant for Bridgewater State University, management of a Massachusetts Arts and Humanities
grant for wetlands education, and development and implementation of an environmental education curriculum for Greenkill Outdoor
Education Center in Huguenot, New York. As a Project Wild facilitator he has conducted numerous teacher workshops.
He has traveled extensively
and is committed to increasing environmental awareness so that future generations will deal with environmental issues from
an educated and consciences perspective.
Trygve Swift has a Masters degree in Biology from Harvard University
and a Bachelors degree in Biology from Hartwick College. Academic training has specialized in vertebrate ecology, habitat
ecology, wildlife management and environmental mitigation.