Education and Science Officer, Terrestrial Biologist
Scott Johnson is a Science Office at the Bahamas National Trust. His research interests include terrestrial birds, reptiles, Bahamian ecology and teaching people about the importance of Bahamian wildlife.
Dubbed the “snake man” by many for his masterful handling of snakes, Scott is motivated by his desire to educate Bahamians on the importance of terrestrial wildlife and the preservation of native and endemic species. His latest mission is to save the rarest Bahamian bird – the Bahama Oriole.