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Working on the Wayne | An Ending Note

Working on the Wayne | An Ending Note

By Kyle Brooks ’17 Wildlife and Conservation Biology major As they say, all good things must come to an end. Back in May, I published a post on this Forum about the beginning of my internship with Wayne National Forest. That internship has since come to an end, and I […]

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August 19, 2017 at 4:23 pmNews

Students Share Findings from Wayne National Forest Internships

Students Share Findings from Wayne National Forest Internships

by Kristin Distel On August 1, five students, several OHIO faculty and staff members, and representatives from Wayne National Forest came together to mark the successful completion of internships conducted by students in the Departments of Archaeology, Environmental and Plant Biology, and Wildlife Biology. The students shared photographs, major conclusions, […]

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August 10, 2017 at 10:34 amUncategorized

Working on the Wayne | Nuisance Wildlife Aren’t Really A Nuisance

Working on the Wayne | Nuisance Wildlife Aren’t Really A Nuisance

By Devon Cottrill Biological Sciences student and Wayne National Forest intern What is the first thing you think about when you hear the phrase “nuisance wildlife”? Deer, raccoon, opossum, coyotes? What if I were to tell you that coyotes, along with other nuisance wildlife, were not as horrible as we […]

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July 19, 2017 at 4:07 pmNews

Working on the Wayne | An Endangered Life is a Life for Me

Breeding Pair of American Burying Beetles

By Devon Cottril When I accepted this position as a Wildlife Intern for the Wayne National Forest, I knew there were going to be a some opportunities to see and be around endangered species (plants and animals), but I never thought that I would be handling them!! In the state […]

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June 2, 2017 at 5:33 pmNews

Working on the Wayne | ‘I Wanted to Get My Boots Dirty’

Working on the Wayne | ‘I Wanted to Get My Boots Dirty’

By Kyle Brooks ’17 Wildlife and Conservation Biology major As my graduation date crept closer and closer, the stress that comes with the uncertainty of beginning a new chapter in life set in. I had spent the last four years of my life pursuing an undergraduate degree in wildlife and […]

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May 22, 2017 at 6:02 pmNews

Working on the Wayne | ‘Just Takes Your Breath Away’

Working on the Wayne | ‘Just Takes Your Breath Away’

By Devon Cottrill When you say a national forest, most people envision large oaks or even maples whose tree tops block out the sun while you’re meandering down a hiking or biking trail. When someone says you work with wildlife, most think of the “cute-fuzzy-lovable” wildlife like bears, bobcats, wolves, […]

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May 19, 2017 at 2:28 pmNews