Stephanie M. Dloniak

Writing about science, nature, and adventure for children and adults.




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The administration just banned the CDC from using these words: evidence-based, science-based, vulnerable, entitlement, diversity, transgender, and fetus. (Source: The world's largest scientific society's reaction:

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The best graph you are likely to see this week.

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We need all hands on deck to protect the Arctic Refuge. Please stop what you are doing and take a minute to call members of Congress. Here is a list of Representatives that need to hear that Americans care about the Refuge. Rep. Mast (FL18) (202) 225-3026 Rep. Ros-Lehtinen (FL27) (202) 225-3931 Rep. Dent (PA15) (202) 225-6411 Rep. MacArthur (NJ 03) (202) 225-4765 Rep. Katko (NY24) (202) 225-3701 Rep. Zeldin (NY01) (202) 225-3826 Rep. Reichert (WA08) (202) 225-7761 Rep. Paulsen (MN03) (202) 225-2871 Rep. Jones (NC03) (202) 225-3415 Rep. Royce (CA 39) (202) 225-4111 Rep. Joyce (OH14) (202) 225-5731 Please also call these Representatives and thank them for supporting the Refuge. **Rep. Stefanik (NY21) (202) 225-4611 **Rep. Smith (NJ04) (202) 225-3765 **Rep. Donovan (NY11) (202) 225-3371 **Rep Faso (NY19) (202) 225-5614 **Rep. LoBiondo (NJ02) (202) 225-6572 **Rep. Lance (NJ07) (202) 225-5361 **Rep. Fitzpatrick (PA08) (202) 225-4276 **Rep. Costello (PA06) (202) 225-4315 **Rep Meehan (PA07) (202) 225-2011 **Rep. Curbelo (FL26) (202) 225-2778 **Rep. Sanford (SC01) (202) 225-3176 Thank You.

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I am an American biologist slowly morphing into a science-nature-adventure writer. I am ultimately interested in our relationships with the natural world, and I mainly write features about wildlife research and conservation, the environment, and travel in wild (and some not-so-wild) places.

I was born and raised in the small town of Titusville, Pennsylvania. Titusville’s main claim to fame is the world’s first oil well, drilled by Colonel Edwin L. Drake in 1859. Ida Tarbell, a muckraker of note, also called Titusville home for a number of years.

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