Funded by the National Park Service and administered by Environment for the Americas, Fish & Feathers is a 12-week summer internship program that provides EFTA’s national park partners with talented, diverse interns ready to engage with local communities through fishing, birding, and other outdoor recreational activities.
Selected interns focus on supporting, implementing, and leading community outreach projects while incorporating fishing and birding activities. Fish & Feathers host sites include a wide range of excellent fishing and birding spots, such as Everglades National Park, Redwoods National Park, Great Smoky Mountains, and more.
This summer, I have had heaps of fun planning and carrying out my programs with the War in the Pacific National Historical Park. From fishing and snorkeling to visiting wildlife refuges on the island, my days have been filled by exciting outdoor activities that bring
Hello! Birding in another country is an exciting experience, but at the same time, we might feel lost and frustrated, so I will share some tips. First, I suggest having the eBird and Merlin apps on your phone and installing the package more adequate to
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