Stephanie M. Dloniak
 

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

 

 



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Finally we have got WHO to accept that venomous snakebite as a neglected tropical disease. Read more here www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2017/06/24/534134069/snakebites-make-the-list-of-neglected-trop...

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"It is not for the sake of any privileged few that we are thus working so strenuously for wilderness preservation, but rather for all Americans. We feel that the privilege of a wilderness experience is something to which every American is entitled, including those who are not yet born. There is no person that we should like to see excluded. We are indeed trying to keep out buildings, roads, airplane landing fields, mechanical vehicles…and all the things that make the wilderness not the wilderness. That often makes it look as though we are trying to keep out people because these 'things' would all bring people. But, as we see it, they would not bring them to the wilderness because the wilderness would no longer be there for anyone." --Tionesta native and Wilderness Act of 1964 author Howard Zahniser, 1957

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ABOUT


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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