YAUPON HOLLY: THE BELOVED EVERGREEN OF FORT MATANZAS Welcome back, everyone!As my first week of working at the park is coming to a close, I have met many amazing individuals that work in the park as rangers, volunteers and other interns. Everyone I have met has...

For the past month, I have been working hard to meet the records deadline that is rapidly approaching. Even though that deadline is approaching, I got to attend safety week with the whole Juneau Ranger District. This consisted of boat, aviation, and dispatch training. I...

Screenshot Over the last week/weekend I had the incredibly valuable (and fun!) opportunity to travel down to the Sisikiyou Field Institute in Selma, OR and take a Grass Identification Course with Dr. Barbara Wilson of the Carex Working Group. As I’ve mentioned before, I came into...

Hello everyone! My name is Olivia and I am a Monarch butterfly field technician intern with Environment for the Americas. I am studying Meteorology and Natural Sciences at the community college back in my hometown with my upcoming graduation in May! I have always...

Greetings from a tiny town in the northern cascades! In case you missed my introduction post this is Mack (she/they) your local botanist extraordinaire writing in from Winthrop, Washington. The month of February has been a slow adjustment to life in the Methow Valley. After...

Hi! I am Joseph Batom, Golden Gate hydrology intern, and I am delighted to share my latest adventures and newfound knowledge with you in the fourth edition of my blog. As is the case with my previous blog posts, I have lots of exciting things...

Welcome to Southeastern Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Conference, in Nauvoo Alabama - a camp in the middle of the woods.  During my Resource Assistants Program internship, I had the opportunity to attend the SEPARC conference for the first time. Four days of attending research...

Southern California scarcely has rain. In Los Angeles where I grew up, rain quickly comes and goes. It visits, never stays. Since I've arrived in Olympia, WA, I’ve only seen dry ground twice. When I wake up it's raining, when I go to bed it’s...

To new experiences we go! The past month has been budding with a shared love of learning and living in the environment. From yurting to spotting to frogging and more, I’ll walk you through a few of the most memorable moments thus far. Starting with work January...