Eamon Clancy is a true Montanan through and through. At a mere 2 months old, he could be found atop a horse being held by his father as his older brother sat behind them in the saddle. His childhood was filled with various sports as well as a plethora of outdoor activities ranging from hunting and fishing to long golf road trips with his family. Eamon decided to attend Montana State University after high school, but it wasn’t until a short stint at the University of Nebraska-Omaha that he found his passion. He graduated from MSU in 2014 with a B.S. in Earth Science with a focus in Geography. During his tenure he was lucky enough to have multiple internships, one of which became a publicized work (“Fun Family Day Hikes in Yellowstone National Park” by Mark Johnston). Eamon’s career is both young and bright and he looks forward to the new adventures to be found within Wyoming and CRA.
In his free time, Eamon enjoys anything outdoors. His summers are filled with camping, hiking, fishing, and floating trips in Montana (and soon to be Wyoming). As summer turns to fall and winter, Eamon can be found in the mountains stalking deer and elk with his bow or rifle, in the slough calling ducks and geese, walking the fields for pheasants and other upland birds, or enjoying the quiet beauty of the woods on snowshoes.