09 November 2022

Lahontan: Access for All in the Advent of Climate Change

Lahontan State Recreation Area, a former brownfield site turned state park, is just one of many places around the country that is experiencing a changed landscape as global average temperatures rise. At Lahontan, climate change…
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09 November 2022

Lessons learned Indoors

As everyone settles in for the colder months out on the field, the offices of the Forest Service come to life. The Washington Office is a very good example of this. Once there is less…
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09 November 2022

Exciting Opportunities!

It has been nine months since I started my internship here at Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge and it has still been one of the greatest learning experiences. It has been a very busy…
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08 November 2022

Consistent Wonderland

I have experienced cold night hikes starting from 5 pm to maybe 12 am doing Boreal Owl surveys. We walk through the dark with our headlamps on listening to all of what nature can provide…
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08 November 2022

Finding the Balance

It’s only 9 months or half the time of the total fellowship left, but time flies when you’re busy, and it’s been quite the busy summer. It has now turned to the warm days and…
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07 November 2022

“Winter is Coming”

Bosque del Apache NWR’s (bosque) fall to winter transition is in full swing and with the colder temperature, brings a new array of bird species to the New Mexico Desert. Winter months are very busy…
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