View of Umatac Bay through the window of the Spanish fort, Fort Soledad.      Recently, I had the opportunity to attend the Pacific Preservation Summit. This was a two-day event hosted by the Guam Preservation Trust. The first day I watched a series of lectures...

Hi! My name is Hana (pronounced "HUH-nuh" as in "honey") and I'm this season's Outdoor Event Coordinator with the Fish & Feathers program at Fire Island National Seashore. I graduated from Rutgers this May with a B.S. in Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources.I wasn't always...

Ty Whitaker - Fish and Feathers Intern introduction Hafa Adai! My name is Ty Whitaker. I am a Student at University of Guam. I enjoy hiking, fishing, and learning new skills. I will be interning at the War in the Pacific Memeorial Park this summer on...

WHO am I? Hi there! My name is Prineet Anand, and I'm from Katy, TX (West Houston). Currently, I'm a rising junior majoring in bioenvironmental sciences and minoring in both ecology & conservation biology as well as business at Texas A&M University! Some of my hobbies include...

I'm no stranger to how spring weather works up here in higher elevations (aka a lot of snow), but every year I always hope that somehow this would be the year of a true green spring. We were blessed with 3-4 days of beautiful warmer...

Still a lot of snow are here in the Mammoth Ranger District, but summer is approaching quickly! Right now I'm wrapping up the busy season in terms of special uses as all our summer permittees submitted their applications at the end of January and I'm...

Hey EFTA friends! I am still reminiscing on the orientation week in New Mexico when I met so many of you! Since then, I began living and working in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina. My RA position is an Environmental Planner and specifically,...

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...