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About NATALIE RHOADES
I am a recent graduate from Edinburgh Napier University, earning my MSc with Distinction in Wildlife Biology and Conservation - my thesis focussed on native and freshwater shrimp and is currently being edited for publishing. I am from the San Francisco Bay Area and studied Marine Biology at the University of California San Diego where my love for the ocean and environmental conservation was cemented. In between degrees I spent time in Monterey, California volunteering, interning, and working for the Monterey Bay Aquarium Sea Otter Program, two labs at Hopkins Marine Station, and as a whale watching naturalist. I am deeply passionate about science communication and education and am excited to see how my career develops!
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Volunteer Conservation Catalyst for WildHub, formerly NASA
Channels contributed to:Capacity development Professional development Well-being and resilience
Rooms participated in:Marine Conservation Conservation Catalysts private room
Thanks so much, Thirza!
Thank you so much, Carolyn! It makes me so happy to hear that.
Thanks for posting, Lucy! I've shared with some folks already.
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I was quite excited about this post, Adam! I personally follow Birds Names For Birds (BN4B) on my own time and I really appreciate their initiative.
I like their emphasis on targeting comm...
Thank you, Elizabeth, for participating!
I'm so pleased you've discovered material to take back to your team at Denver Zoo! Thank you for reading and your kind comment.
A wonderful resource, Thirza!