Tag: animals

Wellness and Wildlife

Wellness and Wildlife

The Brave Ones, Bootcamp, and YOU

Sweating to Protect

The Steve Irwin Gala 2018

A quick recap at our time at the Steve Irwin Gala 2018 raising funds to support the Wildlife Warriors. A night of beautiful wildlife, amazing people, and honoring Steve’s legacy.

The Final Cheetah Outreach Video

Check out the documentary of my time with the Cheetah Outreach. You an expect a lot of beautiful wildlife, interesting insights, and a better understanding of WSYC.

Odd Day Feels

Today has been an odd day. Do you ever have those? You just wake up and there is a sense of undirected magnetism in the air.

Cheetah Outreach Results

Doing what I love

Through the WSYC Lens

Along for the ride

The Space Between

How do you bridge the gap between what you want to do with your life and what you are currently doing? How do you bring yourself into the vision or dream you feel your life should be?.

How to save a wild-life [Around the World]

It’s a numbing thought to consider that as we sit on our computers, watch our TVs, or scroll through our instagrams, wildlife across the world are literally fighting for their lives. And while we may not see the immediate causes of this fight – it is imperative that a global awareness for wildlife conservation is raised in order to conserve all remaining populations.

The National Wildlife Federation: Patriotism, Wildlife, and Conservation [Around the World]

Before reading on about the NWF, I want you to take just 30 seconds and think about all the different wildlife that call North America home. I am sure you could name at least five – maybe even ten different species. Now take another 30 seconds and think about the other species of wildlife that live across this planet’s continents. Perhaps you came up with a few more species off the top of your head… However, I think it is fair to assume that you weren’t able to recall all the names of the remaining 8.7 million plus species scientists currently estimate exist.

The Fear in Finding [Britt’s Thoughts]

Isn’t it a funny thing to think we are all in charge of our own lives, have the same freedom to do as we please, and yet we can become so timid when confronted with a non-tangible idea – like a simple passion for something you have. At least for me – that is often the case. The very things that excite me also scare me more than any thing else…

The Cool Cats: Cheetahs, Caracals, and Servals [Research]

The cool cats

Somewhere Over the Continent of Africa… [Britt’s thoughts]

Thoughts while flying over the continent of Africa. 12 hours in a plane gives you a lot of time to think!

The Compliment. [Britt’s thoughts]

“The struggle is real.”

Ever heard this saying before? It seems to be a popular phrase quoted by many these days when facing hard times or just a long and tiring day at work…

Recently though – I have found it interesting that despite going through days of my own where the struggle has felt all too real… I have been given more random compliments from friends and words of flattery than I have seemed to notice before. This post is not to point out these compliments, but to bring awareness to the fact that compliments can hold more than just kind words.

Mission: Wolf

Mission:Wolf

The Journey to Mission:Wolf… [In the field]

Mission:Wolf – the beginning of the WSYC in the field” journey. Read about my time with Jake learning about wolf conservation and receiving the great news that Why Should You Care has gotten its first official research job!

The Dream That Chooses You [Britt’s Thoughts]

What interesting beings dreams are. They take hold of us and seem to control many of the decisions we make throughout our time on this planet. Some are short-lived, while others manage to cling to us like some sort of parasite – both giving and…

Brittnei and WSYC [Britt’s Thoughts]

Recently, Jake and I took our annual trip to Yosemite. While savoring the fresh air and looking in awe upon the granite walls surrounding us, we put together this short informational video for you to further understand what exactly Why You Should Care does – and why it was created.

There are two components to WSYC- Out in the field and and at home on your computer. Both components are aimed at helping the public better understand their connection to conservation topics. However, the in the field component requires a more hands-on approach to directly help conservation organizations, non-profits, and researchers understand how they are truly impacting their audiences and reaching their educational conservation goals.

A Case of Contagious Conflict [Research]

Contagious Conflict