Makayla Whaling, one of this year’s PA Bucktails students, is October’s Student of the Month. She has conducted a variety of outreach projects, including blog posts, a nature photo collection, and participating in the Pay It Forward student Fundraising Campaign.
In her blog, entitled “Hunting Without a Gun,” she writes about hunting for elk sheds: “This title may cause you to infer that I am going to talk about archery hunting. Think again! I love getting outdoors and…” To read the rest of her blog, click here –> http://piceweb.org/hunting-without-a-gun/
Makayla has an excellent eye for nature photography, and takes stunning photographs. She recently submitted a portfolio of these photos for us to share on our Facebook. You can see the full collection on our Facebook page by clicking here: Makayla’s Photo Portfolio
To check out Makayla’s Razoo page, and hear her story about why she is passionate about Paying It Forward to the next class of Conservation Ambassadors, follow this link: https://www.razoo.com/story/The-Wonders-Of-Wildlife
Maykalya is truly an outstanding example of what it means to be a Conservation Ambassador – taking what she learned at camp back to her community and using those skills to pursue her passions and spread the conservation message!