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10 May 2022

The Importance of Flexibility

I have learned about the importance of being eager and flexible throughout the three months that I have worked with the US Fish and Wildlife Service. I initially went into my internship with the expectation…
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09 May 2022

Sweater Weather

And I quote….“It’s better to be overdressed than underdressed”, a valuable lesson I learned on one of our site visits with members of the Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office and members of the California Department…
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09 May 2022

CCC Fellow

Bosque del Apache NWR (bosque) continues to amaze me as I move forward with the amazing opportunity I have been presented with. Cold winter weather is in the past and the always expected New Mexico…
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19 April 2022

Into the Real World

Hello readers! My name is Jaidyn Armijo - Sonnenberg. I grew up in a small town in Los Lunas, New Mexico. I have lived in New Mexico all of my life, but I have been…
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17 April 2022

It's all about connection

Birds migrating, trees and flowers spreading seeds and pollen everywhere, frogs and fishes diving in the wetlands, coastal dunes being shaped by the wind while mixing with forest, and the water going in and out…
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15 April 2022

The First Ten Weeks

I recently started an internship with the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) as a Visitor Services Intern. have previously worked in the environmental world through the private sector and studied environmental sciences throughout my…
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