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01 September 2022

In Search of Salamanders: Endemic Salamander Surveys in the Mountains of New Mexico

Written by: Kim Haab My name is Kim Haab and I’ve had the pleasure of serving as a fellow with the United States Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) Directorate Fellowship Program (DFP). During this fellowship…
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16 August 2022

Once Upon a Summer in Puerto Rico

Hello everyone, Bienvenidos! My name is Priscilla Inostroza-Hernandez and I am reporting to you from the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. This summer I was accepted into the 2022 Directorate Fellows Program (DFP) working with…
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08 September 2021

Transitioning from school to the work force

This winter, after I graduate from my master’s program, I will make the transition from school into the working world just as I did 10 years ago after completing my bachelor’s degree. The transition feels…
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02 September 2021

Field visit to the California coast

After almost nine weeks of reading and writing about Tidestrom’s lupine, an endangered plant species found on the California coast, I took a trip to visit the plant that has been the subject of my…
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01 September 2021

A Bittersweet Return to Civilization

I excitedly waited for the parade to start. My arm hung out of the side of our “float”, a pickup truck adorned with two wooden side panels depicting Alaska wildlife. I fiddled with a kit-kat…
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01 September 2021

My journey to wildlife biology

Since I began my undergraduate studies, I have been interested in paths of study in or related to biology. I started out as a Cognitive and Brain Sciences major, as I was fascinated with learning…
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