Hello wonderful people who give me encouragement and happiness. I have just finished my first week of training at Yellowstone National Park. Training to become an interpretive park ranger can be compared to having a whole semester of knowledge crammed … Continue reading The Season Begins
If you follow me on Twitter, or are one of my coworkers, or my Ma, you would know that I would love to have a dog. Most National Parks do not allow seasonal rangers to have pets. I can understand … Continue reading Do you name the animals in your backyard?
I am the Lorax, and I speak for the trees, and I would like to say a few words if you please. Regarding the story that you are about to read, it actually happened, just take it from me. But … Continue reading My “Lorax” Post
Happy Independence Day American readers! Since I’m working in Yellowstone National Park for the summer, and it’s the fourth of July I thought I would do a small post on what I consider to be the most American animal; the … Continue reading A Symbol of the American West
Last year in December, during the 68th meeting of the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed March 3rd, 2014 as the first ever World Wildlife Day. In honor of the day the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) was adopted; 04/03/1973. The hope is that marking today World Wildlife Day, will remind us the beauty of our flora and fauna around the world. It will remind us of the intricate and complex relationships between wildlife and populations. Most importantly, it will remind us of the horrible wildlife crime that happens daily. Convention on International … Continue reading Get Wild About WildLife!