Another month down and this one flew by! Workload has been a bit more than usual with a lot of fly ball requests that end up on my desk. Nothing too complicated or tough, more just continuous and tedious little tasks that require a lot...

A few weeks later and we are back on the field. This time I had the pleasure of visiting two Air Force Bases, Laughlin AFB and Dyess AFB. Both are very unique in landscape and location.  Our first week starts off at Laughlin AFB which is...

An east coast city gal is moving to the west this year! Join me as I move to Wyoming and intern at Medicine Bow- Routt (or my personal lovely nickname for the national forest Bow-Raow). I’m so excited to embark on this journey and begin...

I have had such a wonderful experience this summer. I had a lot of time to explore different animals and the environment all around me, as well as meeting new people. This summer was full of learning all about the birds in Fort Clatsop and...

I have lots of amazing experiences and opportunities this summer at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park! Although everything has been my favorite part this summer, I will highlight the Staff and Visitor interactions as the top. It has been amazing thus far working with...

As my internship at Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Department of Interior (DOI) comes to an end, I can now fully present my work, as one of the best parts about this position is that my responsibilities...

While I work with the timber crew on most days, occasionally I get to shadow a specialist and see a different facet of Forest Service work. One day in June, I went with the district's resident wildlife biologist Emlyn Smith as she did her rounds for...

I arrive at the USFS work center in Bentley Louisiana, within the Catahoula District of Kisatchie National Forest. The site surrounded by a seed orchard which provides seedlings to the district for planting after timber harvests. In the early morning, purple martins swoop and dive...