13 July 2020

The Language of Invasion Ecology

As part of my U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) internship, I am updating a document that summarizes USFWS invasive species management in the Pacific Region. The first thing that stood out to me when…
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11 July 2020

Growing and Learning Through DFP

Håfa adai everyone! I am currently halfway through my fellowship with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and I am learning so much! If I were to list everything I’ve learned so far, I’d exceed…
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11 July 2020

Orchidaceae

I have completed the fourth week of my internship as a DFP for the Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters, International Affairs, Division of Scientific Authority located in Virginia. Before the first day I was not…
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10 July 2020

Teleworking, Global Unrest, and Fisheries

As the end of the first month of my fellowship with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service approaches, I sit here and reflect on the events leading up to this point. To call the journey…
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10 July 2020

Helping Species Recover by Tracking Compliance

The Endangered Species Act (ESA) was passed into legislature in 1973 and is arguably one of the most impactful environmental laws in the United States. The Carlsbad Fish and Wildlife Office works to help enforce…
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10 July 2020

A Story of Perseverance and Improvisation

What a time! I know I am not the only one who has had to cope with the sudden changes that the pandemic has brought on. It is an event that has impacted the entire…
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