30 July 2021

Experiencing the USFWS Mission in the Field

I can’t believe this summer is nearly over! This month, I traveled from my home in Mississippi, where I’ve been working remotely, to our office in Klamath Falls, Oregon for a week to participate in…
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30 July 2021

In Closing

As my fellowship comes to a close, I find myself busy but content. My project was challenging, but I feel satisfied with the outcome and excited for the future. I have learned so much not…
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30 July 2021

10 simple steps to conserving pollinators

How can you conserve pollinators and other beneficial insects? By doing less! 1. Mow less Let the dandelions and clover and anything else in your yard flower! These flowers provide food for pollinators. 2. Ditch…
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30 July 2021

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Wildlife Management and Conservation

As my internship comes to a close, I have come to reflect on my experiences at the Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge, and I am both forever grateful and in awe to have the firsthand experience…
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30 July 2021

This is Not the End; It is Just the Beginning

As my direct fellowship comes to an end, I can not help to think of all the guidance and advice I have gained in these last three months. As a fellow, I was tasked to…
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30 July 2021

A Day in the Life of Bat Conservation: Networking

The Directorate Fellowship Program (DFP) has given me several opportunities beyond the project I am working on. This program has allowed me to get experience with different brands and models of monitors as well as…
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