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Penn State student Megan Davis has always loved the outdoors and knew from an early age she wanted to dedicate her career to her love for nature.
Credit: USFWS


Youth Works!: Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge Welcomes Penn State Grad!


Megan Davis just started her new job as a wildlife refuge specialist at the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge in New York. But she is no stranger to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service having worked as an intern at several field locations throughout the Northeast Region while still a student in Pennsylvania. From wildlife biologist, to acting refuge manager, Megan’s varied duties while interning provided her with a breadth of practical and “on the ground” conservation experience. Megan’s alma mater, Pennsylvania State University celebrated her accomplishments with a story about her on its website.

Read how Megan’s passion and desire for the outdoors led her to join the Service Family.





Published on: Wednesday, January 30,2013


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