27 July 2021

My First “Business Trip:" Harper’s Ferry Center, WV

My time interning for the National Park Service in Washington, D.C. has been exhilarating and rewarding.
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27 July 2021

Final days

Its the final few days of my fellowship, I've met so many awesome people and learned so much, not just about the animals I worked with but also about the FWS, how to work more…
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26 July 2021

The Truth about Environmental Work

Growing up a visual learner, movies and television played a vital role in fueling my passion for become a wildlife biologist. I was entranced with tales of saving rare macaws from being smuggled in Brazil,…
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23 July 2021

My Latino Conservation Week Event

On July 21, 2021, I held my first ever community event for Latino Conservation Week as a Hispanic Access Foundation Community Outreach intern. The event was a park clean up in my local park, Phil…
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15 July 2021

Future Prospects for Prospect Bluff

Hurricane Michael wreaked havoc within the Apalachicola National Forest in 2018 felling trees and tearing up archaeological sites. One such site is the Negro Fort at Prospect Bluff. This site is listed as a National…
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14 July 2021

Operación Polinización and Other Fun Projects

Since my last blog, it’s been an amazing few weeks! I have been very focused on translating fishing, hunting, and refuge information brochures as well as trail signs and reformatting them to have them ready…
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