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Welcome back! This blog will be about my project and my time in Washington D.C. My time there was amazing. I was able to meet so many scientist like who shared the common interest of protecting/conservation in Mother Earth. I had the honor of meeting of...

A single blog cannot begin to describe what an unforgettable experience has the Mosaics in Science Internship provided me during the summer of 2023 in Yosemite National Park. I never expected this summer to progress as it did. I’ve always anhelado** working with birds in...

Howdy folks! This is a bittersweet blog, but not my last one. All I can say is that my time at Oregon Caves has been amazing. This place and my mentors will be something that I will always cherish. I have learned so much...

On July 25th, I reached the end of the lake; I reached the 25 ft dam! The dam edge is the brown concrete that can be seen above the water My final transect line by the dam I was very excited as throughout the summer, and even to...

Introduction For years the National Park Service has worked to preserve the giant Coast Redwoods in Muir Woods National Monument. However, accompanying these gentle giants is necessary habitat that provides home to a wide range of wildlife. While significant steps have been taken to protect the...

My personal objective during this internship was to study the foraging ecology of beavers. By observing the beavers' herbivory patterns along transects while noting what they choose to take and where, we can compare what is available to what they have eaten and get a...

Its so wild how fast the last few months have flown by. I've been really busy! Aside from being busy with this internship I also took some summer credits and fulfilled my math requirements for the University of Minnesota. Taking calculus at the same time...

Nearly every Friday this summer, I have been in the practice of hiking a trail out of my backyard called “Eagles Peak”.  When I first trudged the 3.5 miles up to the peak in early June, the entire upper third of the hike was frosted...