International Migratory Bird Day at the National Zoo

I hope you all are planning your own or looking out for your local International Migratory Bird Day event because it is definitely that season! Recently, the National Zoo put on its own International Migratory Bird Day at the Smithsonian National Zoo. Environment for the...

I learned a KEY lesson this weekend

You can call me Bob Ross, because I’m going to paint y’all a picture: Friday was great, we drove to Eugene and spoke to a kindergarten class. This school, Camino del Rio Elementary School, is a Spanish immersion school. Meaning that the classes are taught primarily...

Snowy Plovers thrive in Los Angeles

I have spent lots and lots of my time this week at the beach, so I am like ten shades darker right now, well my hands, arms, and face are. There is a lot of excitement in the bird world here in Los Angeles, way...

International Migratory Bird Day!

The day finally arrived! International Migratory Bird Day! It was a cloudy, rainy day, but luckily most of our activities were indoors. We had quite a few activities ready to go for the day. These were: Make your own Bird Mask Coloring Extravaganza Bird Bingo ...

Curious eyes watching us while we work!

  One of the best things of Siuslaw National Forest is that when you are working in the forest, the beach or the dunes, there is always wildlife to observe. I always enjoy when I conduct shorebird surveys, because I don’t only observe an increase of...

Apple Blossom Festival!

The Apple Blossom Festival is an annual celebration where tourists and locals enjoy themselves with parades, rides, live music, an art exposition and a food fair. Apple Blossom Festival also creates a special day for kids to go to the festival called the Youth Day...

Its almost here!!!

May 17 two or three day' s until the big day! Weather reports say that it might snow, so I hope it doesn't come until after this event. So I made this Instagram frame poster and a set of mask's to go with it. It...

Weed Alert!

As part of my internship, I have been involved and connected more with my community than ever before. Thanks to this connection I had to get involved on a program developed at the Wenatchee Public Library in downtown Wenatchee to learn how to identify Invasive...