Hello everyone! In the featured photo, you can see Valeria Caballero (LHIP) and me working together to coordinate our upcoming event on July 28th. I wanted to share an article from the local newspaper about the event Valeria and I hosted at Saugus Ironworks. Valeria is part of...

Illustration of Ramaytush Ohlone people. Prior to European invasion, the Ramaytush Ohlone and Coast Miwok peoples lived in small independent communities across the San Francisco Bay Area. In the area now known as Fort Mason was one of many Indigenous villages.Historically, the San Francisco coast...

About Me Hello everyone, my name is Jordan, and I am thrilled to welcome you to my blog dedicated to the wonders of avian life in Maryland. While my passions include reading comics, indulging in video games, and watching cartoons, I have recently embarked on a new...

Navigating Challenges and Embracing Growth Starting my internship at Birdability felt like being thrown into the deep end—stressful and overwhelming. However, as time went on, I managed to find my rhythm and the experience has been incredibly rewarding. There are several key takeaways from my time here....

Hi everyone,As I recently co-lead an accessible birding event on June 15th at Fort Mason, I want to take a moment to reflect on the importance of hosting events by and for the disabled community.In an ideal world, all events would be accessible, inclusive, and...

Since I just got the pictures from the on-site visit from Susan and Chavisa, my supervisors from Colorado, I figured I would share about our day along with a couple photos.  As we explored the site, Susan and Chavisa observed the program's strengths and areas for...

Today I joined my site supervisor for the seasonal training of the staff at Salem and Saugus. Here is the rundown of what we covered- General Principles Awareness: Be aware of the diverse needs of visitors, including those with physical, sensory, and cognitive disabilities. Communication: Use clear, simple...