This week’s blog was written by Sierra R., a Bass alumni. She attended the Wildlife Leadership Academy this summer because it looked like a good opportunity to further her education and to give her a deeper look into different career fields. Sierra’s hobbies include hiking, nature journaling, Girl Scouts, and theater.
Tag: animal tracks
This weeks blog post was written by Zachary M., a Gobblers alumni! He writes about how trapping and fur taking is a sport that is often misunderstood. He also discusses the different types of traps, and the precautions put in place to ensure animals are not mistreated.
This week’s blog is written by Laurie E., a new monthly blog correspondent and Gobblers alumni. She did some “digging around” to bring us the facts about some often-overlooked, but very important creatures in our ecosystems. These multi-talented creatures have many unique features, and Laurie gives us the low-down in her post:
This week’s post is written by Donovan, a Brookies and Bass alumni and monthly blog correspondent. Even though he attended our fisheries field schools, Donovan is also an avid archer, and details his adventures this year:
Josh, a Bucktails and Ursids alumni, writes this three part series about his recent trip to Denali National Park in Alaska. He tells us all about the amazing wildlife he spotted, his beautiful pictures capturing special moments with the wildlife. Josh also talks about wildlife-human interactions at the park, so stay tuned through the next couple of weeks to read the entire story of his trip!