Kaylene Wright
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  • Willcox, AZ
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Which Describes You Best?
Currently in the field or about to go to field
SCA Program Type
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State Where you serve(d)
Hood College '17
If employed, who is your employer?
Chiricahua National Monument
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National Park Service
Interpretation and Environmental Education Intern

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Day 17 - "A Fed Bear is a Dead Bear"

Posted on October 11, 2017 at 11:59pm 0 Comments

Wednesday, October 11

Today was a day on the move. As soon as I got to the VC, I saw that Suzanne had left us a note for a project. There were a bunch of bear notices - basically telling folks to keep food stored, "a fed bear is a dead bear," etc. We were to trim them, laminate them, and then put on every picnic table in the park. I went to work on getting that done.

The hiker shuttle was full today, so we made a second run at 9:45. Andy drove the first van, and I took the…


Day 16 - Spelunking For Conservation

Posted on October 11, 2017 at 11:48pm 0 Comments

Tuesday, October 10

Today was a very long, but very fun, day! I went back to Coronado National Memorial and had a great time there.

Andy and I woke up early to drive to Coronado. Typically, I always drive there and he drives back. On the way, I saw a couple of javelina on the side of the road! They quickly ran up the hill as I approached. Directly after that, I saw a baby deer hanging out in the middle of the road. Fun way to start the morning! The drive was rather mellow and…


Day 15 - Youth Summit Begins

Posted on October 9, 2017 at 11:51pm 0 Comments

Monday, October 9

Today, we got to meet with students enjoying an annual Youth Summit! Around 15 high school students are selected to spend a week exploring southern Arizona NPS sites, and help with some projects in the parks. They will spend two nights each at: Chiricahua, Coronado, Tumacacori National Historical Park, and Saguaro National Park. They were at Chiricahua first!

We got to the top and they completed the Massai Nature Trail, with Suzanne being our interpretive…


Day 14 - Two Weeks!

Posted on October 9, 2017 at 11:42pm 0 Comments

Sunday, October 8

Two weeks here, and it has been wonderful.

Today I was planning to join along for a weekend tour of Faraway Ranch (in the park) so I could learn more about it, but I got distracted by something. What was that something? Why, cleaning, of course!

Sometimes the amount that I compulsively clean things weirds me out. But in having a residence to myself, I want to ensure it's all clean just the way I like. I removed cobwebs, dusted off the ceiling fans,…


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