About Me

My name is Julia Woznicki (you can call me Woz), and when I was 17 I was lucky enough to have my first taste of what it's like to travel, explore the world, and be a part of environmental conservation projects. 5 years, 10 countries, and 1 degree later, I am a Conservation Biologist trying to experience as much of this planet as I can.

My goal with this website is to share my experiences, mistakes, tips, and tricks, while mixing in my passion for conservation.

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My blog is just getting started, but stay tuned for more regular posting!

Recent Posts

Yosemite National Park

Lessons learned in Yosemite National Park

My friend and I were driving across the country and up California when we decided to add Yosemite to our itinerary at the last minute. Most of the highways in […]

Kiwi Bird

5 Things I Learned About New Zealand

This summer I was lucky enough to be able to join my family on a very impromptu trip to New Zealand’s North Island for a two week road trip. Since […]

5 Things to Consider Before Joining a Voluntourism Project

Voluntourism is a complicated subject, and its largely argued that it’s negative impacts outweigh the positive. Still, under the right management  voluntourism can help organizations make lasting positive impacts on […]

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