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The Public Trust Doctrine- Lanier Forster

The Public Trust Doctrine is the principle that wildlife cannot be owned by private citizens.  It is the fundamental reason why we enjoy a bounty of wildlife in this country and throughout North America.  Instead of identifying landowners, government appointees or other individuals as owners of wildlife, wildlife resources are held in trust for the […]

An Enriching Experience- Seth Cook

People always say that college will be one of the most memorable experiences of your life, but I never really bought into that ideal before coming to Warnell. If I had been told a year ago that I would fly to New Mexico, see snow in the summer, or win National TWS quiz bowl, I […]

Playing With Predators- Khiara Reed

In July of 2013, I was able to experience something that few people rarely get the chance to do. I traveled to Chipley, Florida to visit a place called Seacrest Wolf Preserve where I got to meet and play with wolves. Seacrest Wolf Preserve is a non-profit organization that works to help educate the public […]

The 3 P’s of Nature Photography- Sarah Yeakle

“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.” – John Muir As an ex art major, I struggled to find a way to incorporate my love for aesthetics and design into my new-found natural resources degree. While I may not have the time to sit down and […]

Go Out and Explore- Sidney Woodruff

“Don’t limit yourself one bit. You’re young. Go out and explore the world.” That’s what an alumnus told me recently on the phone. From the Class of 1960, he had spent time in El Salvador planting Monterey pine to prevent the encroachment of sand dunes. He told me to be mobile while I can and […]

Botswana & South Africa Study Abroad: Summer 2016- Madeline Siegel

I thank myself for enrolling in the International Wildlife Conservation study abroad course every day since that amazing summer in 2016. I got to share a three-week long adventure through the Botswanan and South African bush with just 11 other students, one professor, and a handful of experienced guides. In the weeks leading up to […]

Hospitality and Tourism-Emily P. Ayscue

  Nature of Outreach: Presenting to 3rd graders about careers in tourism and hospitality  Where: Atha Road Elementary School in Monroe, GA The state of Georgia requires in their state curriculum for an educational unit on hospitality and tourism. To adhere to these requirements, Atha Road Elementary School hosts a hospitality and tourism career day. […]