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27 October 2021

Lessons learned from Portland-Vancouver’s National Wildlife Refuges

During my internship, I had the opportunity to visit and learn about the National Wildlife Refuges across the Portland-Vancouver area. Before this internship, I didn’t understand what the differences are between parks. What made National…
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24 September 2021

Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month

At the start of Hispanic/ Latinx Heritage month, I started to wonder what are the Hispanic cultural views on wildlife conservation. There are many well-known environmentalists such as Aldo Leopold, David Attenborough, and Rachel Carson.…
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24 September 2021

TBD Santa Cruz Long-Toed Salamander Recovery Story

Over the last couple of weeks, I had the opportunity to go out into the field and explore all seven refuges in the complex. Miguel, the Urban Refuge Ranger, and I grabbed our backpacks and…
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27 August 2021

NorthWest Family Daycation

Technology is all around us nowadays, especially when it comes to phones. I find myself scrolling through lists of restaurants, new music, but what about the great outdoors? Our phones can still connect us with…
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24 August 2021

Paddling With Purpose

What better way to spend summers in Minnesota than paddling on one of its thousands of lakes, ponds, or rivers? While paddling can be an expensive activity, Minnesota Valley NWR’s Outreach team is committed to…
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24 August 2021

Pollinator Palooza at Minnesota Valley NWR

Every year, people around the world raise awareness for the health of birds, bats, bees, butterflies and other insects by celebrating Pollinator Week. These various species have been nicknamed pollinators due to the role they…
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