Celebrate Birds

Celebrate Birds raises awareness of bird conservation initiatives through monitoring, research, outreach, and education.

Environment for the Americas has established numerous partnerships with government agencies and nonprofit organizations to create the Celebrate Birds program— a program that introduces diverse early career professionals to bird conservation studies and nature-based educational programs.

 

Support important bird conservation efforts through our Celebrate Birds internship program which focuses on nature-based educational projects and bird conservation and research.

Internship Blog

Environmental Education at the Oregon Coast

I start off my mornings by driving up the Oregon Coast to Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area. I’m surrounded by numerous dark green trees and mountains on one side and rocky cliffs that drop into flat sandy beaches on the other. It’s been about two

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Learning New Things: seed scouting and rock climbing!

Deschutes River. Photo by Jessica Irwin. Before deciding to embark on this journey of an internship, I knew close to nothing about Idaho. Besides the fact that potatoes grew here. Nearly everything about the climate and culture here is new and exciting. There is so

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A Day in my Position

A typical day starts with me looking through my email and responding to any messages that require attention. About 10 min prior to the visitor center opening, I proceed to open up the center’s main entrances to allow our volunteers to have access the visitor

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Learning New Somethings: CONWR

Hello Everyone, My name is Olivia Barragan Velasquez! I am a Visitor Services/Environmental Education intern at Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge in Marion, IL. Here are my new somethings: Wildland Firefighting I’ve been in Customer/Visitor Services for 10 years. I am good at my job,

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My Forest Visit and Training Adventure

Wilderness First Aid Course As a part of my training and individual development plan, I had the opportunity to take a Wilderness First Aid training in Phoenix, Arizona. My wilderness first aid training was a 2 day, rigorous course that teaches the assessment of and

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