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Black Rat Snake in a Bird Next Box at Patuxent

Sonam Ahluwalia on the natural order

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GREENVILLE - Moose have become synonymous with the state of Maine, and preserving the population is a priority for wildlife biologists. It’s been 30 years since the Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife conducted a GPS radio collar study on moose, but biologists say it’s now more important than ever that they get this vital information.

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A field dispatch from SCA member Elizabeth Braatz, currently serving as a Career Discovery Internship Program intern for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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“People Protect What They Love” - Jacques Cousteau

This is my favorite quote from one of the most iconic and recognizable names in conservation. These five words describe my own journey towards becoming a Student Conservation Association intern. I have fallen in love with discovering the diversity that inhabits this planet, and being immersed in the natural environment.

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ABOVE: 2015 Career Discovery Internship Program participants preparing to kayak at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge.

Each year, through the Career Discovery Internship Program (CDIP), we work with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to connect young conservationists of diverse background to hands-on service experiences at wildlife refuges across the country.

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