Reflection

Can you believe we are almost into the month of June! Sadly that means my time as an intern with EFTA and ECC is about half way through… I must power through because there are lots of events and things to learn about birds before...

Liberty and Justice For All

It’s Monday morning here in the Nation’s Capital. After about a week of constant rain, the sun has decided to join us again. Last weekend we officially celebrated World Migratory Bird Day at the National Zoo. I remember telling Isabel how life in DC is...

World Migratory Bird Day at the National Zoo

Did you go?! Did you go to your nearest World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) event last Saturday? Here in the District, we celebrated WMBD 2018 at the National Zoo on Saturday May 12th. It was a nice warm day with lots of visitors in the...

Sky and Mr. Hoots

Last week flew by like the warm breeze that has been present in D.C. the last couple of days. It’s finally Spring!  The change in season means more events the Earth Conservation Corps (ECC) will be participating in.   Tuesday was a fun day. It started out...

A Quick Flyby

Greetings yet again from the Earth Conservation Corps in Southeast Washington D.C.   As you've been reading this blog, you might have wondered, what about the other animals? Aren't they in danger? Well kinda...

Become a Conservationist Now! (in 1 step)

Good morning, from Washington DC! I’m here today briefly to write about some of the things you can do right now to help bird conservation around the globe.   Keeping Cats Indoors – Cats and birds, birds and cats! It seems like one of the best reasons that...

A Quick Mystery Thriller

It’s been about a month now since I started in DC for EFTA and ECC. I’m learning new things every day and meeting so many people who made their place in the world for the betterment of our natural places. But behind all of that,...

I Can Do This!

Hello, hello! Last week required a lot of focus because there was a lot of work to complete. Wednesday was scheduled as my first time teaching a class of kids from the Parkmont Day School. It was finally time for all the work I had...