This week’s blog was written by Haden S., an Ursids alumni. Growing up in the country, both the outdoors and animals have always been a huge part of Haden’s life. Hiking, fishing, horseback-riding and fishing are his favorite hobbies. Haden wanted to attend the Wildlife Leadership Academy to learn more about the natural world and how to protect it for future generations.
Tag: nature observation
This week’s blog was written by Audrey M., a Gobblers alumni. Audrey loves wildlife and would like to make their passion for the outdoors into a career one day! WLA has been a great opportunity for furthering their portfolio. The program has taught them more creative ways to teach others and help the environment. Audrey has started to incorporate wildlife into their art, which brings another part of their personality to their work.
This week’s blog was written by Josh T., a Gobblers alumni. Josh grew up in the outdoors and is surrounded by people who have a great appreciation for nature. Josh enjoys hunting, fishing, and gathering wild food any time he gets the chance. In the future, Josh is looking to pursue a career in aquatic biology. He grew up on the Allegheny River and is fascinated by its great diversity of life both above and below the water.
This week’s blog was written by Grace H., a Bucktails alumni. Grace is interested in studying mathematics and international diplomacy. Attending the Wildlife Leadership Academy was an experience that allowed her to develop an understanding of ecology from an environmental lens.
This week’s blog was written by Sam P., an Ursids alumni. Sam attended the Wildlife Leadership Academy because he dreams of becoming a game warden. Sam loves to be outdoors and love all things in it. He is an Eagle Scout as well, with which he really enjoys camping, biking, hiking, and absolutely loves kayaking. In school Sam is active in Envirothon, the golf team, rifle team, and tennis team. He is also involved in marching band and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). Through WLA, Sam has learned countless new leadership skills to get the public interested in the outdoors and he looks forward to doing so as long as he is able.