Hazen Audel, born on January 25, 1974, is a renowned American adventurer, television presenter, biologist, educator, and natural history guide. He was born in Spokane, Washington, and hails from the state of Washington in the United States. Hazen is of Kootenai and Salish Native American descent and also has Greek ancestry.
His passion for nature and wildlife began in his childhood, where he was captivated by bugs and snakes. He aspired to be a combination of Tarzan, David Attenborough, and Dr. Herbert R. Axelrod. Hazen pursued his studies in biology, focusing on entomology and art, at Western Washington University. However, he left his studies midway to seek adventure in the Amazon rainforest.
He embarked on a journey to the Amazon at the age of 19, camping near an indigenous Quechua community in Ecuador. During his stay, he learned about the indigenous way of life and honed his skills in finding bugs and snakes. Hazen returned to the Amazon multiple times over the years, deepening his connection with the wilderness.
In his educational pursuits, he also studied zoology, chemistry, and ceramics at Eastern Washington University. He earned a Master’s degree in Tropical Ecology and Ethnobotany from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington. Hazen is multilingual, speaking Quichua, Vanuatu pidgin, Spanish, and English.
As an adventurer and educator, Hazen frequently travels to remote and isolated areas, which has made it challenging for him to maintain a stable romantic relationship. He had a six-year relationship in the past, but it ended due to his work style and personality. Currently, he is single and focuses on his adventurous endeavors.
Hazen Audel Net Worth:
Hazen Audel’s estimated net worth is $2 million. He shares his experiences and adventures with the world through his social media platforms, such as Instagram, where he can be found under the username @hazenaudel.
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