Helen Manning

Helen Manning, contracted biological technician and refuge volunteer at Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, poses with a Canada Jay perched on her bright orange hat.
Biological Technician

Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refgue
321 Port Road
Wells, ME 04090
United States

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About Helen Manning

Helen Manning has acted as a seasonal contracted technician and volunteer for Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge since 2017. Now he has joined our staff as a FWS biological technician. Her main focuses are research and management for shorebirds, seabirds, and tidal-marsh birds.

Helen grew up in Vermont where from a young age, her parents made sure she was exposed to the wonders of nature. She maintains an active outdoor lifestyle, and some of her favorite activities include (you guessed it) birding, hiking, and wildlife photography among other things.

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