This week’s blog is a guest post written by Nadia P., a Brookies alumni. Nadia is an aspiring ornithologist who loves everything “bird”. She has spent nearly her whole life with birds and enjoys raising chickens and ducks. Not only does she love birds, but enjoys learning about all parts of the natural world. Genetics is one of her favorite studies, seeing how traits of one organism is passed to another fascinates her deeply. She wanted to attend WLA to further her knowledge of conservation and wildlife.
This week’s blog was written by Allie F., a Bucktails alumni. Allie is a high school junior who plans to pursue a career in medicine. She decided to attend the Wildlife Leadership Academy due to her interest in biology and nature. In her spare time, she enjoys music, dance, and hunting.
This week’s blog was written by Sierra R., a Bass alumni. This summer Sierra returned to the Wildlife Leadership academy as an Assistant Team Leader to continue to learn about the environment and the many career fields available. Sierra’s hobbies include hiking, nature journaling, Girl Scouts, and theater.
This week’s blog was written by Lorelei M-B., Bucktails, Brookies, Gobblers, and Ursids alumni. Lorelei is the Founder/CEO of Heart Hugs, a global organization that provides tangible support and advocacy for congenital heart defect awareness, detection, and treatment.