About me

Hey there! My name is Andy Mahl and I’m a self-taught animal expert from Minnesota. I’ve always been fascinated by the natural world and have spent countless hours studying and observing animals in their natural habitats.

My passion for animals started at a young age when I would spend hours exploring the woods and fields near my home. As I grew older, I began to read every book and watch every documentary I could find on animals and eventually decided to pursue a career in animal education.

Over the years, I’ve gained a wealth of animal-related experience through various jobs and volunteer opportunities. I’ve worked as a zookeeper, and a wildlife rehabilitator, and even spent a summer studying marine biology in Hawaii.

In my free time, I love to indulge in my animal-related hobby – bird watching! There’s nothing quite like spotting a rare species or watching a bird build its nest. I also enjoy hiking and camping, which allows me to get up close and personal with some of the amazing creatures that call our planet home.

My ultimate goal is to inspire others to appreciate and protect the natural world. Whether through educational programs, conservation efforts, or simply sharing my love of animals with others, I hope to make a positive impact on the world around me. Thanks for stopping by!