Burlington mother and son team up for conservation

Burlington Free Press
Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Source: Burlington Free Press. By Lynn Monty.

Traveling to 47 different wildlife refuges throughout Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas in one year might seem like a daunting task to most, but not for mother and son team, Jenny and Oliver Davis, of Burlington.

The two are launching a service project sponsored by the Fish and Wildlife Department and the Student Conservation Association in Albuquerque, NM on Sept. 17. They are prepared to scan and archive original, one-of-a-kind photos, maps, and other documents into a database that will allow access to members of the entire Park Service and ultimately, the public, Jenny said. Continue Reading.

Mother and son team, Jenny and Oliver Davis, of Burlington are launching a year-long service project in Albuquerque, NM on September 17. They will be traveling to 47 different wildlife refuges throughout Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas and are charged with scanning and archiving original, one-of-a-kind photos, maps, and other documents into a database that will allow access to members of the entire Park Service and ultimately, the public. (Courtesy photo)