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15 July 2022

A Reflection on what it Means to be an Educator from a Future Educator

Hi! My name is Deliannie and I’m spending my summer working at the Providence Parks Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnership in Providence, Rhode Island. So far, it’s been one crazy, fun-filled summer. If you had to…
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12 July 2022

Time keeps flying

We all say it all the time “I can’t believe it’s already _______” insert -Thursday, June, Fall, ect. I say it all the time. I hear other people saying it all the time. Time keeps…
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07 July 2022

My Journey in Minnesota Valley

Hello all, I hope this article finds you in good health. My name is Gonzalo Ayala, and I am currently a wildland firefighter intern for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife, Region 3, Minnesota Valley National…
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02 July 2022

Let new adventures begin!

Prior to coming into this internship with the US Fish and Wildlife service, there was not much I knew about what the agency did. All I knew was that they were an agency that cared…
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30 June 2022

Embracing Discomfort

Embracing discomfort is what leads to growth. That is something that I have heard time and time again, but it is something that I am learning firsthand while doing my duties as a Visitor Services…
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25 June 2022

My journey

If I had been asked at the beginning of the year if I would have ever imagined the possibility of interning with US Fish and Wildlife, my response would have probably been, huh? That huh…
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