Our student of the month for October is Hannah Gaibor, a Drummers alumni. She has taken to being a Conservation Ambassador like a grouse to the underbrush! Since her time at the field school, Hannah has been working… Read More
This is the second installment in a four part series, written by Peter, a Drummers, Ursids, and Gobblers alumni. He is writing about four environmental-based projects he designed and worked on as part of his his journey towards applying for the William T. Hornaday Silver Medal Award, through the Boy Scouts.
Luke B. is a Bucktails and Drummers Alum. He is currently a senior at Penn State in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences. During this past summer Luke worked in Western Kansas on a deer study for Kansas State. In this guest blog, he writes about his experience capturing fawns, radio telemetry and vegetation surveys.
Sean L., is a Drummers Alum and is currently a Junior at Penn State DuBois, majoring in Wildlife and Fisheries Science. In this guest blog, Sean writes about his summer experience with the South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks as a Big Game Research Intern.
This week’s blog is written by Clay R., a Drummers alumni and a monthly blog correspondent. He writes about how Falconry is used in present times and how it is beneficial to both predator and prey.