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One more blog down, and one more to go. This week has been another great week with the camp kids. We had a small group of bright students come down from Cresson Elementary in the town...

As I began to prepare for the Colorado conference and wrap up my internship, I got some exciting news…Shenandoah National Park wanted to extend my internship until September 3rd! I accepted, of course, and after the conference...

We had a very successful Latino Conservation Week event this week! The name of the event was “Latino Conservation Celebration Day at Fire Island.” I was very nervous the week before the event. For instance, I had...

I must say I don’t think I have ever felt so busy in my life. There is so much to plan and prepare for, and I feel like the time is slipping away. I would...

I apologize to the organizers and everyone else who wanted to read my blog Monday, as I wanted to experience the last day at Little River Canyon National Preserve (LIRI) before I started my blog. What can I say is I like to be in...

The weeks have been flying by, and the Colorado Intern Summit is this week already! On Thursday I head out to Colorado, along with the 40 plus other interns at parks across the US, to share experiences and talk about National Park Service opportunities. It's...

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It has been a great summer indeed. This internship has made me certain about my career path as a biologist and has opened my eyes to all the potential jobs that are out there in...

I gave a ranger program during my time here, and this is how it went. I wanted to talk about someone who was like me, and when I heard about John Hance I knew that I had...

Working here has been such an honor, and I have loved every minute of it. I do love my weekends, though, because it gives me time to explore the canyon. I did not bring my car here...

Hello Everyone For the most part things have calmed down here since the big events are all done, but there’s still work to do. I’ve begun translating all the information that we are writing for the bird publication, which is pretty cool. It’s a really...

Hello all, Today is the last day of my internship at the Intermountain Regional office. Ugh. No. Why. Last week, I worked on tying up loose ends on a few projects.  Most of the projects gave me an opportunity to work on my writing skills. ...

It was a busy week at Hyde Street Pier, as we got rolling on historic preservation and documentation. Because of the Ku’uipo’s unique build, we want to make sure we document the preservation process and structure as...

A couple days ago I got to experience what has probably been my favorite day here at Homestead. This week the park had to complete its annual inventory of the museum’s collection, which meant going through the...

My typical day starts with me waking up at sunrise and scrambling to get dressed, packing my lunch, and eating breakfast to be at work by 6 a.m. My commute is nothing to complain about, as I...

Each of our fish tanks at the Visitor Center holds a different array of marine life present in the Great South Bay. The fish tanks and the seining program to fill the fish tanks are valuable for...

These past couple of weeks have been jam packed with education programs. One day we had over 200 middle school students come to Salem Maritime for an education program.  We had our weekly preschool program yesterday in...

Hello fellow LHIP interns! I'm a little late to the party, I just completed my first week at the National Park Service's Communication Office in Washington DC where I'll be focusing on creating infographics and PR releases. Pardon me for my late introduction, I'm...