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Become a 2018 Celebrate Shorebirds Intern

Celebrate Birds / Celebra las Aves Internship program is ready for 2018! In the coming year, interns will work at sites in Colorado, California, Oregon, and Alaska to monitor migratory shorebirds and offer bird conservation education programs at host sites and in communities. Internships are...

Looking Ahead

Well, believe it or not, the end is nearing. I have about a month left at my site and the clock is ticking. Ore Time has always been a funny concept to me, but these past few months have been slow moving yet fast paced....

A really great day..!

One of the main duties I've had at Siuslaw National Forest is outreach and education about the western snowy plover (WSP), my job is to explain the different activities that may disrupt the WSP nesting season. I try to encourage people to respect the habitat...

Twilight Tuesdays

I have been so lucky these past few weeks, I’ve gotten to meet so many cool people, see so many awesome  animals, and I’ve gotten to go to the zoo not once, but three times!   When we started this internship I didn’t know we’d be going...

Research and Interpretation Go Hand in Hand

As the season progresses, there are more and more beautiful days at Yaquina Head. Being that it's summer time, even early mornings when I go monitor the murres and cormorants don't seem so early because the sun is already out! I have to confess, after...

Latino Conservation Nature Walk

On July 18, we had our Latino Conservation nature walk at Kenneth Hahn state park where Tania and I leaded a tour about native plants and bird migration. We had a small group attend but we were still able to make it work. I led...

Conservation is a Process

Los Angeles Audubon has definitely slowed down this time of year, but it continues to surprise how much work still needs to get done. Conservation work is never ending. Education is never ending. Learning is never ending. Sometimes I feel like I have a breather,...

Wildlife on Wildlife!

I've had a great experience so far being exposed to different projects. One big project I contributed to was the South West Flycatcher pedestrian survey at McEntire Simpson. This place has most likely been the most mosquitoes I've ever seen in one single place. I...