Updated on February 27, 2017 by Katie Cassidy
Rebecca attended our Ursids field school, and is a Monthly Blog Correspondent. In reminiscing about field school, she remembered a previous encounter with the subject of Ursids, and recounts the adventure here!
Updated on September 14, 2016 by Katie Cassidy
Julia is a Bucktails alumni, and writes this guest post about how we can all enjoy shinrin-yoku in our lives. Describing the restorative properties of the practices, she makes a strong argument for making the time to get back to nature!
Updated on March 28, 2016 by Katie Cassidy
Hannah has been with the Wildlife Leadership Academy for two years, as a student and Assistant Team Leader. She is one of our Monthly Correspondents, and wrote this piece for the blog about training her bird dog, Bella. It’s taken a lot of patience and dedication, and Bella is coming along quite nicely with her training!
Updated on December 1, 2015 by Katie Cassidy
This week’s blog post is written by Tracy, who attended both PA Bucktails and PA Ursids. She writes about the strong tradition of hunting in her family, and about an exciting bear hunt she went on with her Uncle this bear season: I grew up in a family surrounded by hunting. Ever since I was …
Posted on November 17, 2015 by Katie Cassidy
Cole, a PA Bucktail and Monthly Youth Blog Correspondent, writes about his trip to the Delaware Water Gap – we can all take his advice about taking some time to step back and appreciate a moment with nature. This summer, I went to the Delaware Water Gap in New Jersey with my girlfriend and her …