Adam is a 3rd year sea kayak guide with a passion for adventure. In addition to his Maine Guide License, Adam is a certified Wilderness First Responder. He is currently pursuing a degree in Ecology and Environmental Science from the University of Maine in Orono. When he isn’t kayaking, Adam enjoys scaling cliffs, hiking mountains, napping in hammocks, eating pizza, and reading. After graduating, he hopes to travel the country, or the world if possible, in search of natural wonders and classic climbing and hiking before settling down.
Corky has a graduate degree from the University of Illinois and spent 32 years as a faculty member at Penn State University where he created and directed Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center. He is a registered Maine Sea Kayak Guide and member of the licensing Guide’s Board for Maine Fish & Wildlife. In the off-season, Corky is an organizational consultant facilitating strategic planning, team building, and leadership development for non-profit and corporate groups. Corky has paddled the coast of Maine, Cape Cod, Nova Scotia, Alaska, and off the coast of Washington State. He is a kayak instructor as well as a guide, is passionate about birds and natural history, and enjoys biking, hiking, birding, music, gardening, and spending time with Abbey, his Australian shepherd.