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In 2012, EFTA began building partnerships with governement agencices and non-profirs to provide shorebird conservation internship experiences for Latinos. This internship program addresses EFTA’s desire to increase diversity within natural resources while conducting long-term bird conservation studies. This internship program was formerly known as Celebrate Shorebirds, but since then it has evolved and expanded. Although the past internship focused on shorebird and avian conservation, we welcome and have integrated any nature-based educational programs.
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Let the Shorebird Surveys Begin!

On March 1st I began an essential component of my internship - shorebird surveys! For approximately two weeks I will participate in the Copper River Delta Shorebird Survey (CRDSS). The CRDSS is part of the Pacific Flyway Shorebird Survey (PWSS), an international effort to keep...

Tapirs and Meerkats and River Otters, Oh My!

Hello Everyone! The LA Zoo is currently putting on an event that is running from Earth Day to Endangered Species Day, called Wild for the Planet. The goal is to celebrate the planet and its great biodiversity with an emphasis on celebrating Year of the Bird...

Time is a Falcon!

Well, last week was another productive week that flew by! A bird survey at the Blanca Wetlands is a great way to start off the week, and, being that birds are now coming in, we seem to see at least a couple new species every...

Blanca Wetlands Upcoming Project (Selenium Testing)

Hello there, it's your Environment for the Americas (EFTA) Intern and San Luis Valley Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Intern, Ricky Martinez. I'm here to give you an extremely exciting update on what is going on here within the BLM's Blanca Wetlands here in beautiful...

Snapshot Profile: Waterfowl Extraordinaire

Here we are again with another edition of the snapshot profiles! This edition will be on one of the primary leaders (and one of my supervisors) for the Dusky Canada Goose nest monitoring project. At the start of May, when I had just arrived at Cordova,...

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...

The “Team” Behind Team Naturaleza: Katie Tackman

Hello all! I hope you all have been having fun enjoying this beautiful weather! Wenatchee has been consistently sunny lately, and I am loving every minute of it. Those few months right before the hot summertime are one of my favorites of the year. Spring is...

A natural forest stand at the Siuslaw Forest

Research, Recreation, and Education at the Hebo District

  The best part about being in Oregon and interning at the Hebo Ranger District is having the opportunity to experience a little bit of everything that goes on in the office. In the last couple of days I was able to join the wildlife technicians...