01 December 2022

Philly Nature Kids

John Heinz NWR has a team of education specialists who connect with the local schools in Southwest Philadelphia. If they aren’t going into the classrooms to teach a lesson about biology, nature, and wildlife, the…
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29 November 2022

Mexican Wolf Recovery Program

I am getting close to wrapping up my internship here at Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge. I have been here for about ten months now, which means I only have about two months left.…
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21 November 2022

Learning and Teaching

Hello MANO blog! For my penultimate blog post, I would like to tell you all about the professional development projects I’ve done in the last 5 and a half months of my internship. First, I…
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17 November 2022

Shift: Connecting with myself and the outdoors

The SHIFT conference was an exciting part of the start of my fellowship. This conference was based in Fort Collins, Colorado in mid-October, focusing on the positive preventative effects of equitable access to nature. As…
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14 November 2022

Happy Halloween!

My background is in geology and even though my current position does not have as much to do with my background, this fellowship has still given me the opportunity to participate in field work when…
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11 November 2022

Exploring Albuqurque and The State of New Mexiico

The year has come almost full circle. The change to cooler temperatures and autumn-colored leaves makes me reminiscence of when I first arrived in Albuquerque, NM in the late part of January of this year.…
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