Conservation Connect: Wildlife Law Enforcement
Conservation Connect

Join Chelsea Mckinney at the National Conservation Training Center Museum Archives to meet Wildlife Law Enforcement officer Gabe Harper, and learn about how officers work to protect the wildlife poachers across the country.

OLogy: In Pictures - CSI with DNA
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

See how genetics is used to solve crimes!

OLogy: Ask a Scientist about Cuba's Biodiversity
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Conservation biologist Ana Luz Porzecanski answers kids’ questions. ¡TAMBIÉN EN ESPAÑOL!

OLogy: Being a Conservation Biologist - Eleanor Sterling
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Explore how Eleanor is protecting the world’s animals and plants.

OLogy: Meet the OLogist - Felicity Arengo
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Check out these fascinating fish from Africa’s lower Congo River.

OLogy: Meet the OLogist - Ana Luz Porzecanski
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Why is Ana fascinated by the rich variety of life on Earth? Find out! ¡TAMBIÉN EN ESPAÑOL!

OLogy: In Pictures - Flamingos
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Find out what’s so fascinating about these beautiful, pink birds.

Carnegie STEM Girls: Environmental Engineer
Carnegie STEM Girls

An environmental engineer is a problem solver, just like every other type of engineer.

Carnegie STEM Girls: Energy Engineer
Carnegie STEM Girls

Energy engineers aim to increase energy efficiency and environmental friendliness in buildings and manufacturing processes.

Carnegie STEM Girls: Forester
Carnegie STEM Girls

Foresters manage the overall land quality of forests and parks.

Carnegie STEM Girls: Environmental Scientist
Carnegie STEM Girls

Environmental Scientists work to solve the world’s environmental problems, such as pollution.

Carnegie STEM Girls: Conservation Scientist
Carnegie STEM Girls

Conservation Scientists manage and protect our natural resources from man-made threats like pollution, construction, and overuse.