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Danielle studied cellular biology for 2 years at the University of Colorado before transferring to a different college. During her time here she was placed on the Deans List for Academic Achievement twice.
Danielle achieved her degree in Marine Biology, but not before changing her major back and forth between Cellular Biology and Journalism. This was before the marine field was experimentally introduced to the University. Although this change in majors added a few years to her degree seeking, she was able to study a completely new field in writing that she found she was rather fond of.
During her time as a naturalist Danielle wrote mainly academic papers for future naturalists to be trained off of. She wrote a comprehensive care guide for the animals residing in the nature center, complete with dietary care, habitat maintenance and possible health concerns. She also supplied the nature center with program ideas and information on much of the common wildlife found in Missouri.
Danielle wrote a how-to-cook book as a present for her sister. It was so well received by friends and family that the instructional booklet is now in route to being published.
Danielle has recently started a travel and nature related blog. The blog is meant to be an entertaining highlight of her travels around the United States while sneaking in some wildlife education, travel tips and food/drink recommendations.