28 July 2021

Final Sentiments

I am in the final weeks of my summer position as a DFP (Directorate Fellows Program). This has been a very enjoyable experience overall, and has given me a unique insight into what it is…
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28 July 2021

A Trip to Southern California

Week four of my internship began and I left my quiet little town on the Central Coast for crowded Southern California.  I planned this trip to tour the Carlsbad Fish and Wildlife office, see some…
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27 July 2021

My First “Business Trip:" Harper’s Ferry Center, WV

My time interning for the National Park Service in Washington, D.C. has been exhilarating and rewarding.
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27 July 2021

Final days

Its the final few days of my fellowship, I've met so many awesome people and learned so much, not just about the animals I worked with but also about the FWS, how to work more…
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26 July 2021

The Truth about Environmental Work

Growing up a visual learner, movies and television played a vital role in fueling my passion for become a wildlife biologist. I was entranced with tales of saving rare macaws from being smuggled in Brazil,…
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23 July 2021

My Latino Conservation Week Event

On July 21, 2021, I held my first ever community event for Latino Conservation Week as a Hispanic Access Foundation Community Outreach intern. The event was a park clean up in my local park, Phil…
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