Hi everyone! Today, my fellow intern, Mo, and I went over to Crissy Field to survey the site for its accessibility and see if it was a place we were interested in for holding our event for World Migratory Bird Day. Thankfully, we were blessed...

Hello! This blogpost, unlike my others may have a little bit less direction than my last blogposts. This June has been extremely busy for me in my personal life, with many extremely exciting changes happening and staying very busy! Though I graduated this past December,...

Day to day life on the forest has been very eventful. I have become the safety representative for my district office. Also, I am currently working on a very interesting project. It has been awesome to work with multiple disciplines to most effectively and safely...

Readers, it's all hands-on deck!  We are just kicking off the summer season with our amazing interpretive programs that I myself and the other park rangers from the interpretation team are running.  With the opening of Trail Ridge Road, the huge influx of visitors that...

Welcome back, readers!  I have officially been here at Rocky Mountain National Park for just under a month and I can confidently say that I have become quite acquainted and fond of the great outdoors.  Here on the west side of the park, we oversee...

Hi there! My name is Kristian Guillen, and I am originally from Los Angeles, California.  I live in a small town called Baldwin Park, home of the very first In-n-Out!  I graduated last Spring of 2023 with magna cum laude from the California State University...

An Antiquated Piece of a Glorious Union from Time Long Gone. Perhaps the greatest collaboration of the (20th) century besides the joining of man's foot and the moon's surface, the Wayne National Forest and the Hoosier National Forest were once one forest, the Wayne-Hoosier, shared under...

Every year, the Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards hosts a 2 weeklong conference called the Wilderness Skills Institute (WSI) at the Cradle of Forestry in the Pisgah National Forest. For those two weeks, you camp out in the forests and spend the days attending courses.  There’s...

¿A ver, porque cres que vamos a atrapar mamíferos chiquitos? Unos de los mas comunes son Ratones y ratas pero ay otros tipos, unos sin cola, la nariz mas larga esos tambien se conocen como, ratones de campo, topos y musarañas. Trabajando en los bosques...