I’m featured on Dispatches from the Field!

In case you haven’t heard!

(sorry, I know I’m being very vocal about this..)..

Just because I’m immensely proud to have been a part of this, not to mention wanting to toot (ugh I hate clichés) my own horn..I was this week’s featured guest poster on Dispatches from the Field! So check it out, as well as many stories from field biologists working with all manner of wildlife and things environment-related in locales both near and far. This has been a blog I’ve enjoyed over the years and it means so much to now have a place in it. All the thanks to the adventurous Dispatch ladies who’ve dedicated their lives to science for the opportunity of this feature!


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About Stacey M. Hollis

Aspiring Environmental Field Journalist taking on the world of birds, living on a seabird island 23 miles out in the Atlantic, hiking a rainforest on the Gulfo Dulce, exploring a sage brush terrain in the southwest, traipsing through a spruce-fir forests in Canada, slogging the salt marshes of the Chesapeake Bay, navigating Puerto Rico's Caribbean dry forest, learning about different cultures living in Guatemala and Nicaragua and it all contributes to whatever it is I'm doing while I have this time to do it. Costa Rica is up next, who knows what else is to follow.
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