videography; bats; education; education outreach; pest control
Connecting with bats and the careers of people who study and try to help them. Hosted by Chelsea McKinnery with Ann Froschauer, Science Communiator and Bat Specialist, USFWS and Leslie Sturges, Wildlife Rehabilitator.
This video demonstrates how anyone can give these lesson plans from the Career Awareness Toolkit. Presented by Jim Siegel and Chelsea Corcoran/Quadt.
Jim Siegel and Chelsea Corcoran/Quadt give an example in which children explore the career of an...
Welcomes new youth hires into the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service & Department of the Interior. Includes information on other youth programs and educates youth on other federal employment opportunities, including YCC, SCEP, STEP, and SCA.
An Overview of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This 3-minute vid eo presents an overview of the work and activities of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, America's principal wildlife conservation agency.
It is designed to precede formal...
Conservation in Action:
"One of the things that Olaus and Mardy left with me is that you must do something beyond yourself and conservation is one of the most basic things you can do. For Olaus and Mardy's sake, I really wish that this will...
Meet Supervisory Biologist, Joseph Brandt, from Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge, and discover the amazing California Condor success story and the latest technology that is used to track this huge and unmistakable endangered bird.
videography; landscape conservation; broadcast; international conservation; outreach; community lecture
NCTC Historian, Dr. Mark Madison hosts an interview with Salvadora Morales of FFI. Recorded June 10, 2011- NCTC Studio, Shepherdstown, WV.
Salvadora is the Coordinator of the Ometepe Island Project for FFI in Nicaragua. This project is receiving...
Biologist Chelsea Corcoran/Quadt, talks about her detail at Togiak National Wildlife Refuge near Dillingham, Alaska. She describes counting caribou, tracking wolves, watching walrus, & learning about the Yupik Native way of life. July, 2011.