Interns

Bryan Smith
Agency: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Program: FWS Regionals
Location: Crab Orchard NWR
Intern Year(s): 2021

Bryan Smith

Bryan Smith, accepted by MANO to work with the Fish and Wildlife Service at Crab Orchard for Summer 2021. He is a recent graduate from Southern Illinois University Carbondale where he completed both his Master's Degree in Wildlife Administration & Management and Bachelor’s Degree in Zoology. While attending SIUC he was introduced to a broad range of biological sciences both in the classroom, laboratory and the field. The majority of his professional career has been spent in pre-k education and environmental work. He is excited to be able to collaborate and learn from new people, and put the skills he has acquired in college to good use. 

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