By Scott Winton
Since graduating from Brown University with an honors degree in geology-biology in 2007 I have worked a variety of environment-related jobs: as an eco-tour guide at a resort in northern Vermont where I led bike, kayak and bird-watching excursions; as a research assistant in a climate science lab at the University of Edinburgh School of Geosciences; as a Wilderness Defender Coordinator for The Wilderness Society in Sydney, Australia; and as a bird surveyor for a renowned wetlands ecologist at Duke University's Nicholas School for the Environment. In the next couple months I will be applying to masters programs in environmental management at Duke, Yale,
I have always been a champion of the environment and plan to be for the rest of my life. I am an avid bird watcher with a life list of more than 800 species and am working on a bird guide for the
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