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“You did WHAT this summer?” – Ellen Brady-McGaughey

“You did WHAT this summer?” – Ellen Brady-McGaughey

My name is Ellen Brady-McGaughey and I am a senior Wildlife Sciences major. This past summer I was given an opportunity that truly changed my life. When I began my search for a summer internship, I was looking for anything that seemed interesting to me, from wildlife rehabilitation to field work. I stumbled upon a […]

My Turtlely Awesome Summer – Kayla Smith

My Turtlely Awesome Summer – Kayla Smith

“It’s really simple, just look for a car-size turtle coming out of the ocean.” This was the sentence I heard from Mr. Taylor as we walked Keys beach in Saint Kitts looking for nesting leatherback turtles. Last summer I had the amazing opportunity to travel to the Caribbean to work with Leatherback sea turtles and […]

Travel with a Purpose – Sarah Weber

Travel with a Purpose – Sarah Weber

In the world of Warnell, I believe anything is possible. It is the place where you learn, grow, and realize your own true passion and purpose. It is a place that inspires you every day to do what you love and love what you do. And as the semesters pass, without realizing it, it is […]

Networking – Blake Sherry

Networking – Blake Sherry

I have really enjoyed my time in Warnell and learning about the forestry profession. I may not be a stellar student, but I have above a 3.0 GPA and work to keep it that way. Grades are the most important measuring stick on a student’s resume (or so I have been told), but a lot […]

Give ‘Em Hell, Warnell! – Dalton Brown

Give ‘Em Hell, Warnell! – Dalton Brown

The battle cry of our school. I’ve come to love and learn why we chant this phase either to ourselves when times get tough or at competitions. Warnell is like an addiction; you crave to be here. To be in class learning about some of the most interesting topics, like how bats catch insects flying […]

Many Thanks Warnell – Brittany Nesbitt

Hello fellow Warnellians and curious bloggers! My name is Brittany Nesbitt and I am a senior here at Warnell majoring in Wildlife Science. I made the big decision to transfer into UGA just a little over two and a half years ago. It has been the most amazing life journey and by far the best […]

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 […]