02 July 2020

Tele-working it Out

I am three weeks into my fellowship with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), and like many other people in the world right now, I am teleworking from home.
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27 June 2020

A deeper look at biodiversity in California

I started my internship with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife (FWS) Service in May 2020 as a part of a collaboration between the FWS and Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF).
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26 June 2020

My First Blog Post

   Welcome to my first MANO blog post! My name is Lea Crisostomo. I am a senior at Washington State University getting my undergraduate degree in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation and minoring in Forestry. This…
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26 June 2020

Bakersfield Cactus Meets OHV: Conflict in Conservation Featured

On a Tuesday afternoon, I chatted over the phone with Ellen Cypher, expert and lover of the endangered Bakersfield cactus, a stem succulent that is endemic to the Bakersfield area of southern California. I was…
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26 June 2020

Conservation in a Biodiversity Hotspot

Buenas yan håfa adai! (Greetings and hello in Chamorro) My name is Laura Gombar and I will be spending my summer working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Guam through the Directorate Fellowship…
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26 June 2020

Project Flyway: An Unconventional Rodent Problem

Every fall, billions of birds take off on an incredible journey to escape the chill of winter. They travel to warmer climates to wait out the cold months, then head back home once spring arrives.…
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