Thoughts on the Ferry to Port Angeles

I’m writing this as I travel from Seattle to Port Angeles by ferry. Like so many experiences on this trip, it’s my first time driving a vehicle onto a ferry. It’s funny how much you feel growth by small small experiences, like a stonecutter to his slab, as you travel in a new place.IMG_1929

Recently, I visited Seattle Audubon and the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey  Team (COASST), two organizations filling completely different niches in the conservation of birds and their habitats. I’ve met so many people all doing their part in a small but significant way, and I’m so grateful to be influenced by them.

I’m beginning to feel my next step needs to be in non-governmental organizations (NGO), to learn about their administration and operations. Maybe I can take what I learn and apply it to the Atlantic Flyway someday. Or, stay here on the coast and work for a cause I’m falling for.

Ugh, but that means I would have to work inside.  To work for an environmentally focused NGO, I want to work outside as much as possible. That’s the dream now.20160413_111846

Christian McWilliams
Christian.M.McWilliams@gmail.com

<p>Christian studied International Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University with an interest in global environmental conservation, and has lived most of his life between Spain and the United States. Internship experiences during his studies have taken him up and down the East Coast of the US, and had him spend over a year in Mumbai. He enjoys keeping up with global and domestic news, volunteering, and a well made cup of coffee.</p>

1 Comment
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    April 28, 2016 at 5:21 am