31 July 2020

This American History

I can't recall having ever visited a national park site. Not as a young buck in Texas, not as a college degree-getter around Boston.
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31 July 2020

Accessing Nature Through Birds

Working as a DFP intern this summer has been an amazing experience for so many reasons. Much of my fulfillment this summer comes from the project I am working on as well as from the…
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31 July 2020

Technicalities of Pond Culture

In this blog post, I will be writing about the Shortnose and Lost River Suckers recovery program I am a part of for this summer.
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30 July 2020

The Plight of the Gnatcatcher

Coastal sage scrub is one of the most unique and imperiled habitats in Southern California. It is characterized by dense, low-growing shrubs that have drought-deciduous leaves. You can see an example of what that looks…
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30 July 2020

LCW and Citizen Science Project Progress

Hello Everybody! Hola a todos! I have lots to update on because it has been a busy few weeks.
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30 July 2020

Coexisting with our Wild Neighbors

Growing up in rural New York, I learned from an early age to appreciate the critters that inhabited my backyard.
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