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Camp Adventures – Shelby Telfer

“Passion is lifted from the earth itself by the muddy hands of the young; it travels along grass-stained sleeves to the heart. If we are going to save environmentalism and the environment, we must also save an endangered indicator species: the child in nature.”  – Richard Louv There is something incredibly special about teaching children […]

The Skinny on Snakes: Dispelling Herpetofauna Myths – Jennifer McDaniel

First things first- a simple, straightforward question.  Is this snake poisonous? If you’re thinking, “Of course it is!” you might want to read the question again and notice the word poisonous.  There is a distinct difference between the words poisonous and venomous when referring to animals, and, once you know the difference, you’ll never confuse […]

A Warnellian Summer – Kiara Bailey

                  There are so many great things about Warnell that it is hard to talk about them all. The professors know your name and your interest. Classes are small and labs are really hands on, and the education is one of the best of the best! One other great thing that really stands about Warnell […]

Warnell: The best kept secret at UGA – Jordan Sliger

My name is Jordan Sliger and I am a senior Fisheries and Wildlife major at the University of Georgia.  My time here has flown by, so I want to make sure I tell people about my college experience before I graduate and take on new adventures in December.  I was lucky enough to discover Warnell, the School of Forestry and Natural […]