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Remembering Richard Guadagno, Wildlife Refuge Manager and Flight 93 Passenger

KIEM-TV

Richard Guadagno was the Refuge Manager at the Humboldt Bay Wildlife Refuge at the time of the September 11, 2001 attacks. He was passenger 19A on flight 93, the plane that crashed in an open field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. 

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A New Park Brings Nature Closer to Home

Keene Sentinel

Roberta Royce’s excitement was palpable as she walked along a nearly finished boardwalk, pointing to the things she loved — three tall willow trees, a swath of cattails, a small brook tumbling over rocks.

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Biologists Observe Rare Birds with Nest Cams

Fort Hood Sentinel

After months of planning, coordination and a lot of patience, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Fort Hood’s Natural Resources Branch have successfully monitored and filmed a black-capped vireo nest.

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Alaska ‘Super Bloom’: the Beauty of Regrowth

Homer News

It was March 16 of 2019 when I first heard of the ecological phenomenon known as a “super bloom,” an event that draws thousands to the desertscape of California.

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Meet the Chicagoan Determined to Break Down Barriers to Outdoor Inclusion for Latino People Like Him

NRDC.org

The 297-acre Big Marsh Bike Park on Chicago’s Southeast Side draws herons, egrets, and mallards to its wetlands, coyotes and deer to its meadows, and riders to its bike trails.

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SCA Statement on the Nomination of Charles Sams III as Director of the National Park Service

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) applauds the nomination of Charles “Chuck” Sams III as director of the National Park Service. Mr.
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Conservation Begins Here, With Each One of Us

Cleveland.com

By Dakota Springer

The thing about poison ivy – aside from the obvious, of course – is once you know what it looks like, you can’t not see it.

Like a lot of things in life.

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SCA Covid-19 Management Plan

Since the start of the pandemic, SCA has continually monitored Covid-19 trends, CDC guidance, and related local protocols.

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And Just Like That, I Was in Full Camp Mode

Peninsula Clarion

As a child, being outdoors was a huge part of my life. Some of my favorite memories are those in nature with the people I love.

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SCA Making Cold River Trails More Accessible

The Berkshire Eagle

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) has returned to the Cold River stretch of the Mohican-Mohawk hiking trail. A joint effort last November, with the Berkshire Natural Resources Council and the Manice Education Center, reopened the trail, which had been strewn with blowdowns.

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