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07 November 2022

Biology Intern/ Biotechnician

Hello everyone! At the start of my career, I was uninterested in the idea of hunting. It wasn’t until I learned how well conservation and hunting complemented each other. White tailed deer are extremely over…
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31 October 2022

The mighty tree frogs

Throughout my internship experience with USFWS, I had the opportunity to join in on educational opportunities to learn more about a variety of species. One of these educational opportunities were participating in field trips. Although…
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30 October 2022

A Day In Morro Bay

Throughout my internship with USFWS, I had the chance to join in on educational opportunities such as field trips. One of the field trips that I made with a fellow intern was to drive up…
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30 October 2022

The rare starfish

Throughout my internship with USFWS, I had the opportunity to work on behalf of beachCOMBERS. BeachCOMBERS is a non-profit citizen science program. This citizen science program consists of volunteers being assigned different beaches in which…
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14 October 2022

Finding Clarity 

Saludos! This summer I had been working as an Invasive Species Fellow with American Conservation Experience at John Heinz NWS at Tinicum. This fall, I received the opportunity to extend my stay at John Heinz…
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05 October 2022

The Start of a Great Opportunity!

On August 16th I began my position as a HAF Advanced Fellow with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters Office. I am working at the division of Visitor Services as part of the Connected…
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