Author: Quenten Masters

Congaree National ParkAs the Summer comes to a close and my Senior year of college approaches. I can’t help but think I’ll miss this park that I’ve come to enjoy so much. This summer has truly been a wonderful experience filled with many fun adventures....

Cedar CreekThis internship has been full of so many amazing experiences. However, if I had to choose one it would be my first day in the field. When I hiked along Cedar Creek for the first time. From the moment I left my car, it...

Congaree National Park Entrance SignFrom the moment I arrived at Congaree National, I have felt nothing but welcome. Being a smaller National Park, the number of staff is small and everyone is very close knit, creating a very family-like vibe where everyone is constantly interacting...

Congaree National Park is a unique and diverse environment that supports a plethora of flora and fauna. Established as National Monument in 1976 and upgraded to a National Park in 2003. This floodplain forest is home to a unique and diverse array of waterways and...

Entering the Boardwalk Loop From the Harry Hampton Visitor CenterWelcome to the Congaree National Park or as the locals call it the SWAMP! Located just 20 miles...

By: Quenten MastersHello, I am Quenten Masters, and I would like to welcome you to my summer blog post. This fall I will be heading into my senior year at the University of Arizona. I am Majoring in Natural Resources with an Emphasis on Fisheries...