FEATURED BLOG ENTRY: Faces of Nature along with other U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service members in the classroom!
Meghan Kearney details her experience helping with Boise-Eliot Humboldt Elementary School's Salmon in the Classroom. She tells the story from the "squishy egg" beginnings to the recent salmon stream release conclusion at Spring Creek National Fish Hatchery. See how even at a young age an in an urban environment, people are learning about wildlife and becoming future scientists.
Click here to learn more about this exciting program!
To hear more about Meghan Kearney's experiences with Connecting People With Nature, check out her full blog through the Faces of Nature linkin the section below!
The Dish on Fish – Explore the Columbia River Basin with fish biologists at the Service's Columbia River Fisheries Program Office in Vancouver, WA
The Fish Files -- Read what fisheries biologists and staff within Washington Fish and Wildlife Office's Fisheries Division in Olympia, WA are doing
The Fish Ladder -- Learn what's happening at the Dworshak National Fish Hatchery Complex in Orofino, ID
USFWS Pacific Region Tumblr -- See the USFWS Pacific's new microblog featuring stories, pictures, movies, and more from Service projects all over Region 1!
Faces of Nature – Stories from the Pacific Region's Connecting People with Nature Initiative to get children of all ages outside
Word from the Wild - Featuring the work of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees in Washington State
Open Spaces – Discover what is happening in the Fish and Wildife Service around the nation