07 July 2021

Saltwater Salamanders

I’m in Albuquerque! I’ve never been so far west before, so it’s been so cool to see a totally different ecosystem. Unlike the northern hardwoods of the northeast and the pine barrens of the southeast…
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07 July 2021

What It's All About

I first applied as to the Directorate Fellows Progrm (DFP) internship with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service as an opportunity to gain some much needed experience in my field of study. Navigating through my…
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06 July 2021

USFWS Cares for People as Much as Wildlife

I’ve learned so much already on this DFP journey. One topic I didn’t anticipate learning so much about was accessibility. While I hadn’t heard of "508 compliance” before my fellowship began, it quickly became a…
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06 July 2021

A summer with the Clear Creek Gambusia

This summer I have the amazing opportunity to work with a federally endangered species of fish, the Clear Creek Gambusia (Gambusia heterochir). The species is native to a single spring in the head waters of…
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06 July 2021

A Week at the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge

Wow, time is flying by in my role as a Community Outreach intern. For one of the many weeks, I traveled to the Great Swamp National Refuge and had a blast. Throughout the week I…
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06 July 2021

Before I Intern

Past weeks have been eye-opening experiences for me as a Media Accessibility Intern.
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