Roxanne Miller was born and raised in Thomaston, mid-coast Maine and she is a graduate of the University of Maine, with a degree in biology. Roxanne is a Registered Maine Guide, taught through an apprenticeship program for one year. This teaching continues through the learning of wildlife/ecosystems and traditional customs of the people indigenous to Maine. Wildlife field work experience includes loon productivity, forest type identification, and endangered flora in eastern Maine. Roxanne has also designed an alpine revegetation project and worked on recreational management in Southern Maine. Her favorite activities include hiking, canoeing, nature viewing, photography, travel, art and music.