21 June 2021

Working at home to save species abroad

My first several weeks working with the foreign species program in the Ecological Services branch of the US Fish and Wildlife Service has been exciting and eye-opening. Along with my fellow DFP intern, I was…
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21 June 2021

Spotlighting At-Risk Species

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has, since its inception, focused on the conservation and protection of our nation’s biodiversity. One of the primary mechanisms to accomplish this goal is to designate species experiencing…
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19 June 2021

The Gentle Creature of the Klamath River

The Klamath River is home and provider to many animals that live in the Northern Californian and Southern Oregon wilderness such as beavers, otters, and black bears. It is also the home and provider to…
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19 June 2021

Andes to Alaska: Indigenous Solidarity

All of my previous internships have been focused on the biological research side of environmental science, so I was excited to try something new and experience the communications and relations side. This is how the…
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19 June 2021

What Does “Access” Mean to You?

Pause for 10 seconds and think of the first scenario that comes to mind when you think of the word “access.” What do you access every day? A lifetime of access, positive or negative, led…
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19 June 2021

Oh, how the time does (butter)fly!

Wow, has it been a month already? Time flies here in Central California! My name is Anna Lad, and I’m working for the Ventura Fish and Wildlife Office this summer as a DFP intern. My…
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