07 November 2022

Thank You, USFWS & HAF

While my internship has come to an end, I want to thank everyone who has made MANO Project possible, which allowed me to take a step into a field that I am passionate about. It…
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07 November 2022

Biology Intern/ Biotechnician

Hello everyone! At the start of my career, I was uninterested in the idea of hunting. It wasn’t until I learned how well conservation and hunting complemented each other. White tailed deer are extremely over…
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06 November 2022

Mt. Baldy Recreation

Still Breezin         Much like the last post, I am back again with a whole lot of the same thing and a sprinkle of some new interesting things I have been able…
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05 November 2022

Creating Important Relationships

Thanks to the Hispanic Access Foundation, I had the chance to attend the National Trails Workshop hosted by Partnership for the National Trails System in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This was my first professional workshop, and…
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05 November 2022

Fall in Albuquerque

It’s crazy how time flies when you’re having fun. Fall is finally here; the weather is getting colder again, and the sun is setting earlier which (at least to me) is better than melting every…
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04 November 2022

The Weeds of Winter

Hello everyone, after a few weeks of glorious fall weather (too short) it seems like winter is coming in already for the Pike National Forest. As I type this, a storm is rolling through the…
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