Student Reflects on TWS Northeast Section Field Course
July 20, 2015by
The Wildlife Society
Rutgers University student Tesia Lin recently participated in the TWS Northeast Section’s wildlife field course in Castleton, VT. She reflects on her experience on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Northeast Region’s blog, available here.
Image Credit: Northeast Section of TWS
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