The 2014 internship application period is currently closed. The Long Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex will be soliciting for additional TERM positions in September or October 2014. They will be advertised through the web site usajobs.gov at that time. Please check back for additional information.
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The black tupelo, or black gum, is a tree of great importance in these woodlands. As one of the oldest species of tree in this area, capable of living well over 650 years, each tree can have a large and lengthy impact on its surroundings.