11 July 2021

Directorate Fellow

The last time anyone saw a Franklin’s bumble bee was the summer of 2006. But that doesn’t mean they’re not still out there. As a team of three Fish and Wildlife Service Fellows, David, Akhil,…
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10 July 2021

Seeing For The First Time

My last few weeks have been focused on a new task- summer camp! John Heinz put on two weeks of summer camp and I was delighted to be part of the team working with those…
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10 July 2021

Building Partnerships to Help Endangered and Threatened Species

All it took was one e-mail. An e-mail with an attachment – a flyer for the MANO project. This email was sent to me and other students in my graduate program by our program coordinator. …
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09 July 2021

Plants Rule Over My World

Hello again! Things have only picked up here in the Gunnison valley since the last post. Summer is in full swing, which means fieldwork is in full swing too! I’ve been handed over to help…
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09 July 2021

Latino Radio Show Interviews

  This past week I had the opportunity to partake in something I had never done before; I had the opportunity to go on Spanish radio stations to promote responsible recreation on behalf of the…
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09 July 2021

My Experience with the Karuk Tribe

In the town called Happy Camp in California, there exists a museum that I went to after completing my river survey. It was at the Community Center in Happy Camp about the Karuk Tribe who…
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