Intern Project Symposium - Friday, August 6

Join us for our Summer 2021 BHIC Intern Project Symposium to learn about the independent projects our interns have been working on this season. Each intern will give a 15 minute presentation in the Fleming Education Building and there will be an opportunity for Q&A. Our team is continuously inspired by the creativity and hard work of our Conservancy interns: come learn and celebrate with us! We are also planning on recording the symposium and sharing it online after the event.

When: August 6, 2021 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Where: Fleming Education Building


Click here to watch the recording of the symposium
 

Project Topics:
 
Carbon Sequestration Potential of the BHI Salt Marsh Ecosystem: How Seasons Affect Primary Production and Species Diversity
Faith Bradshaw , Conservation Intern

Nature Play: An Interactive Education Program for Toddlers
Gabby Casini , Education Intern

Where & When: Coyote observations and predation assessment
Clara Dawson , Sea Turtle Intern

Death is a Highway: Roadkill and Residency as Routes to Citizen Science
Michael Dorgan , Education Intern

No Nests Here: Effects of beach nourishment on loggerhead sea turtle false crawl density
Emma Jones , Sea Turtle Intern

 
Coffee for a Cause
Shannon Manion , Retail Intern

The Living Shell: Diversity of the epibiotic ecosystem on loggerhead sea turtle carapaces
Eric Plessett , Sea Turtle Intern

 
Insect Identification: Mapping Biodiversity and Species Richness on Bald Head Island
Allison Polinski , Conservation Intern
 
A Day in the Life of the Bald Head Island Conservancy: a Documentary Short Film
Emily Prins, Development and Marketing Intern

Destination Constellation: A Journey Through the Night Sky
Ben Regester, Education Intern

Eat BHI: Edible Plants on the Island
Anna Scotton, Education Intern

Out of the Surf: Water quality parameters as a cue for loggerhead sea turtle nesting
Abigail Steele, Sea Turtle Intern

Between the Calipers: An assessment of neophyte and re-migrant offspring size
Karlee Szympruch, Sea Turtle Intern
 
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