Last year, the Service designated a collaborative project in New Haven as an urban wildlife refuge partnership. Now it’s in full swing, and we have been working with our partners to designate schoolyard habitats throughout the city. We checked in with some of the students to get their perspective on all of their hard work. What did they have to say?
Meet Sarah Andrus. She’s had the chance to visit a common tern colony, release Blanding’s turtles and work with school children, all in one summer!
Today you’re hearing from Marly Thomas, an intern that worked at Erie National Wildlife Refuge this summer. She went through a little transformation, as she experienced western Pennsylvania, quite a change from her city roots.